IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde discusses the damaging impact of income equality around the world, including how it affects society and what needs to change. Full interview to air Sunday on Meet the Press.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde explains the recovery process for the economy and her organization’s predictions for 2014. Full interview to air Sunday on Meet the Press.
The founder and editor of the quarterly journal “National Affairs,” Yuval Levin, discusses the gap between the left and the right and how today’s partisan political debates got their start.
The bipartisan budget deal reached last week is an important step to help break the gridlock in Washington, Sen. Patty Murray and Rep. Paul Ryan said.
A roundtable discusses Pope Francis’ selection as Person of the Year, the debate surrounding Edward Snowden and the president’s tough start to his second term.
Gen. Michael Hayden says Edward Snowden should not be given amnesty and the NSA is not abusing its spying powers.
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said this week was a turning point for House Speaker John Boehner.
Rep. Paul Ryan defends the budget agreement against conservative critics who say it failed to go far enough.
U.S. spying agencies are not abusing their power, Gen. Michael Hayden says.
Murray says that if only harsh rhetoric is rewarded, Congress will not get anything done.
Gen. michael Hayden believes leaker Edward Snowden’s revelations have accelerated the debate over the scope of government spying.
The two Congressional leaders responsible for forging a bipartisan budget agreement defend the deal as a common sense compromise that will keep the government running.
Sen. Patty Murray says the compromise forged last week is a necessary step to avoid another government shutdown.
Ryan says some outside conservative groups are indispensable, but shares Boehner’s frustration with their criticism of the deal.