"It is pointless for me to make a chart of it for you, John. It just looks like a geyser going straight up," Christine Romans said.
If approved, the new bill will add $600 per week to whatever a worker would normally receive if they’re laid off due to the coronavirus fallout.
CNN's Christine Romans pointed out that now since Trump is president, he's accepting the good jobs data as real, but when he was running he called them all phony.
There are hundreds of thousands of real Americans hurting during this shutdown and this is the best CNN can do?
Tea party-backed Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) on Wednesday excused Walmart's decision to decline an invitation to the White House to discuss gun violence because "they are trying to grow the economy." The nation's largest seller of munitions told The
Apparently CNN thinks as little about wasting their viewer's time as Tennessee Rep. Marsh Blackburn thinks of wasting her constituents' time with utterly meaningless votes that are going nowhere to repeal the Affordable Care Act. They actually had
When Herman Cain meets with Maricopa Country Sheriff Joe Arpaio Monday, it will make him the fourth Republican presidential candidate to personally seek the endorsement of "America's toughest sheriff." "I'll meet with Mr. Cain," Arpaio told CNN's
Host Christine Romans filling in for Eliot Spitzer on CNN's In the Arena allowed their regular network contributor David Gergen, who's always painted as some bastion of even handed "centrism" because of the fact that he's served as a political
From CNN's Your Money, apparently we're all supposed to think that there's nothing that can be done to get rid of the income inequality in the United States that we're seeing now because... hey, the rich just always figure out how to game the
Robert Kuttner reiterated many of the same points he made in his article at the Huffington Post last week on this weekend's edition of Your Money on CNN. Businesses are not going to start hiring American workers until our politicians start
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