Newt Gingrich tries to win over Florida's Hispanic voters, and Mitt Romney woos the elderly with song.
The worst part about pandering for votes is that even after a candidate becomes president, he has to keep doing it.
Mitt Romney makes the pitch that, if elected president, his experience as CEO of Bain Capital will translate into private sector job creation.
In this unedited, extended interview, Jonathan Macey explains why untrained investors should avoid private equity. - Jonathan Macey claims that the unemployment rate would be worse without private equity firms taking over failing companies, in this unedited, extended interview. - In this unedited, extended interview, Jonathan Macey examines the influence of America's corrupt political culture on its financial system.
Newt Gingrich won the South Carolina debates by being a huge dick to Mitt Romney, so Mitt Romney hits below the belt in Florida.
Jason Jones assembles a panel of women in Miami, FL, to gauge Newt Gingrich's chances of winning the Florida primary.
In this unedited, extended interview, Lou Dobbs relishes the compelling, galvanizing and entertaining nature of the 2012 Republican primary. - Lou Dobbs questions Occupy Wall Street's validity as a movement and discusses electoral redistricting in this unedited, extended interview.
The nine berobed big brains of the Supreme Court make sense of what appear to be arbitrary, archaic distinctions of profanity and nudity.
Aasif Mandvi reports from Washington, DC, on the Supreme Court's unanimous decision recognizing a "ministerial exception" to employment discrimination laws.
Newt Gingrich takes his South Carolina primary Newt-mentum down to Florida and reveals his plan to build a permanent U.S. moon base by 2020.
Barack Obama becomes tax-cutting Oprah during his State of the Union address, and cutaways to audience reactions are half the fun of watching it.
Mitch Daniels delivers the GOP response to Barack Obama's State of the Union address, and Mitt Romney offers his own take on the president's message.
Samantha Bee, Wyatt Cenac and Al Madrigal analyze the State of the Union from a previously unexplored perspective: without audio.
Paula Broadwell discusses her time spent with General David Patraeus in war-torn Afghanistan while researching her book "All In."
Mitt Romney justifies making more in one day than the median American family makes in a year, while paying the same tax rate as the guy who scans his shoes at the airport.
Jason Jones hits up a New York City accounting firm for the lowdown on taking advantage of the tax code.
At NBC's Florida debate, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich get into a game of one-upmanship over where Fidel Castro might end up after his hypothetical death.
In this unedited, extended interview, Elizabeth Warren considers cuts in education and research spending detrimental and calls on America to invest in its middle class. - Elizabeth Warren describes the role that she thinks the government should play in regulating America's private sector, in this unedited, extended interview.
Newt Gingrich turns his campaign around by exploiting South Carolinian voters' anger at the media's supposed victimization of the Right.
Al Madrigal heads to Ellijay, GA, to find out what makes Joe McCutchen, Mitt Romney's most fired-up supporter, tick.