If President Barack Obama is feeling the heat from the right about the IRS, AP and Benghazi, he won't find much comfort by turning to his base. Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters) - In the financial world, arbitrage is a trading strategy that earns profit by exploiting price differences between markets. Full story
TUCSON - You wouldn't want your personal information blowing in the wind for anyone to find. But that's what happened to a bunch of Tucson medical patients. Some of their most intimate information, like date of birth, Social Security numbers, and health insurance information, apparently just fell fr Full story
Ed goes over the top stories creating the most political buzz this week and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., joins to talk about whether or not President Obama will back down on the "chained CPI" proposal.
As conservatives change their opinions on social security and “chained CPI,” Steve Kornacki’s panelists look at controlling spending through cost-efficient delivery mechanisms and the GOP’s new focus on tax reform.
Chris Hayes describes what the recently House-passed "Full Faith and Credit Act" would do, and it looks like political suicide for Republicans.
Kevin Williamson of The National Review discusses the looming specter of the national debt and why the feeling that government is falling apart is actually a good thing.
When Barbara Bush was asked about son Jeb’s future in the White House, her response was the sound bite of the day: “We’ve had enough Bushes.” Louis DuBose from The Washington Spectator and author Jim Hightower talk to Reverend Al Sharpton about what to make of Mrs. Bush’s remarks.
WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 09: Chair of Democracy for America Jim Dean speaks during a rally as he and other activists deliver petition signatures to the White House April 9, 2013 in Washington, DC. Two million petition signatures opposing cuts to Social Security benefits were delivered to the White Ho
A woman sorts garbage near a residential compound in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province February 6, 2013. China's broad plan to address income inequality promises to extract higher dividends from profitable state-owned enterprises to finance a more generous social safety net. But the increased payouts may
This photo provided by the Indiana State Police shows Richard Wayne Landers, Jr. who authorities say was abducted from Indiana by his paternal grandparents in 1994 during custody proceedings. Authorities say a 24-year-old man with the same Social Security number and date of birth as Landers but liv