The U.S. government deficit hit a record for October as the new budget year began where the old one ended, with the government awash in red ink. Full story
Nov. 6: Elizabeth Warren, head of the Congressional Oversight panel on TARP, says that the bail-out was focused on rescuing 'the top of the system,' and the everyday workers were considered less, reflected in the recent unemployment numbers.
Nov. 6: Mississippi Congressman Gene Taylor, a member of the Blue Dog Democrats, joins a Morning Meeting panel to discuss the looming House vote on health care, as well as his intention to vote “no” on the legislation.
Nov. 6: Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., and former New York Gov. Elliot Spitzer join msnbc’s Dylan Ratigan to discuss the Financial Services Committee’s continued markup of its legislation.
Nov. 1: Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner discusses the White House’s assertion that 640,000 jobs have been created or saved by the $800 billion stimulus with NBC’s David Gregory on “Meet the Press.”
Oct. 26: Former presidential adviser David Gergen and Mort Zuckerman of U.S. News and World Report discuss the magazine's annual study on America's best leaders.
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke gestures while speaking to members of the audience after addressing them in Chatham, Massachusetts October 23, 2009. Bernanke said on Friday regulators are considering a capital surcharge on large banks as one way to reduce the risk any one firm's problems
US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner talks during an interview in the French economy ministry's courtyard in Paris on July 16, 2009 following his meeting with French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde. The US financial system is showing signs of recovery from the economic crisis, US Treasury Secr