Why Critics Are Quick to Dismiss The CBO

The Congressional Budget office is highly respected for its neutral, non-partisan analysis. The CBO’s mission is to "score" any bill that comes out of committee in Congress. It does that by making assumptions not just about the bill in question, but also about growth, inflation and other economic trends. So, why are some critics quick to dismiss the CBO’s estimates? Ali Velshi explains.

Vukmir: Slow down AHCA process

State Sen. Leah Vukmir, R-Brookfield, says the U.S, Senate should take the time to get its health care bill right.

Senate Health Bill Focuses More on Tax Breaks

Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle on why the new Senate health bill focuses so much on tax breaks

Baldwin blasts GOP billi

Baldwin blasts GOP billi

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Major issues for consumers as Republicans pursue their health care initiative

Democrats Regroup After Painful Ossoff Loss

Joy Reid and her panel debate where the Democrats went wrong in Jon Ossoff’s Georgia runoff, and the tactics needed in future races to take back the House.

Recalls this week: office chairs, utility vehicles

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Jared Bernstein, senior fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and James Capretta, Milton Friedman Chair of the American Enterprise Institute, weigh in on Senate GOP leaders releasing their health-care reform bill.

Kids today: They don't work summer jobs the way they used to

Summer jobs are vanishing as US teens spend more time in school and just hanging out

Central banks globally will keep their policy…

Ben Mandel, JPMorgan global strategist and Tony Crescenzi, executive vice president at Pimco, weigh in on growth rate, inflation and the Fed.

CEOs recall when teens like them actually worked…

As summer jobs vanish for teens, CEOs recall what they learned from their first jobs

HHS Secretary Tom Price: Senate bill will…

Tom Price, Health and Human Services secretary, discusses the benefits of the Senate's bill on health-care reform versus the Affordable Care Act.