The Partial FAA Shutdown

August 3, 2011

Congress's failure to agree to an FAA funding measure has furloughed thousands of workers and is costing the federal government $30 million a day. What's behind the partial FAA shutdown.

Washington's Debt Negotiations Debacle

July 27, 2011

The White House versus Republican leaders over the deficit and debt ceiling: the threat to America's standing in the world, what comes next and who voters will blame.

Global Debt Worries

July 20, 2011

The European debt crisis, gridlock in Washington and the global economy: What fears of contagion in Europe and political stalemate in the U.S. could mean for investors and consumers worldwide.

Putting Americans Back to Work

July 13, 2011

What it will take to put Americans back to work. How tax and trade policies, government spending and advances in technology affect the U.S. job market.

Friday News Roundup - Hour 1

July 1, 2011

Diane and her guests discuss President Obama's challenge to the GOP on deficit negotiations, Bank of America's partial pay back to toxic mortgage investors, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's entry into the Republican presidential candidate race and other top national news stories of the week.

William Cohan: "Money and Power"

May 24, 2011

A former Wall Street insider on the history and culture of Goldman Sachs. How the firm came to dominate global markets, influence the federal government and play a controversial role in the mortgage meltdown.

The Crackdown on Insider Trading

May 16, 2011

The founder of one of the world's largest hedge funds was convicted on 14 counts of insider trading. The message for Wall Street - and Main Street - investors.

Fairness in the Tax Code

May 10, 2011

A congressional committee on taxation reported that 51 percent of Americans paid no federal income tax in 2009. Diane and guests explore the debate over fairness of the federal tax code.

The Future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

May 5, 2011

A House subcommittee approves a trio of GOP-backed bills to limit the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Implications for President Obama's overhaul of financial regulations.

The Fed: Policy and Transparency

April 28, 2011

For the first time in the Fed's 98-year history, the chairman holds a news conference. What the move toward greater transparency means for economists, analysts and average investors.

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