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‘New Battle’: Vets vs. PTSD, VA, economy

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Vets' war at home: PTSD, the VA, unemployment

Ed: GOP has zero credibility on economy       

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President Barack Obama highlights the booming economy, calling out Republican obstructionism that's been wrong all along. Ed Schultz, David Cay Johnston and Arthur Laffer discuss what still needs to be done.

How impeachment-mania is hurting the economy

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Rev. Al Sharpton talks to E.J. Dionne and Angela Rye about the Republican party’s anti-Obama rhetoric and why it’s preventing Congress from getting anything done.

GOP ready to tank the economy

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Republicans refuse to make a deal to finance the highway trust fund—and if they don’t act by August 1, Congress will have to cut highway and infrastructure by 28 percent, putting 700,000 jobs at risk. Rev. Al Sharpton discusses with Jared Bernstein and Krystal Ball, co-host of “The Cycle.”

Obama waxes optimistic on US economy

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Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wa., joins Rev. Sharpton to discuss President Obama's visit to Denver, Colorado on Wednesday, where he touted the country's economic gains during his time in office.

Are the recent economy numbers good news?

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Ed Rendell and former Rep. Harold Ford join Hardball to discuss the positive news about the economy, and talks about the Democrats’ problem with celebrating positive news.

Dude, Obama’s economy is booming

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Republican revive their Benghazi witch hunt to avoid discussing the successful, growing Obama economy. Ed Schultz, Holland Cooke, and John Fugelsang discuss.

‘Clearly’ Russia’s economy has suffered, IMF chief Christine Lagarde says

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There have “clearly” been consequences for the Russian economy because of the crisis in Ukraine, Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Thursday. The IMF said Wednesday that the Russian economy was in recession, and is expected to grow by only 0.2% in 2014. “If you look at the monetary policy, if you look at the capital flows, if you look at their own forecast, there have been consequences on the Russian economy as a result of the geopolitical situation, the uncertainty, and the sanctions that have been decided,” Lagarde told Amanpour. In a key sign of international support for Ukraine, the International Monetary Fund approved a $17.1 billion bailout for the country on Thursday. The bailout, Lagarde, said, is “obviously not without risk, but it's a necessity to respond to a member's request.”

theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 04/26/14

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theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 4/18/14

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VIDEO - Consumer Prices edged up in March due to higher food prices, and new claims for jobless benefits rose by 2,000 to 304,000, near a 7 year low...

theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 04/12/14

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theGRIO REPORT - All eyes were on the March jobs report last week, which showed an improving labor market.

West targets Russian weak spot: its economy

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Samuel Berger, former National Security Advisor, talks with Rachel Maddow about the strategy of sanctions against Russia, whether enough countries can be brought together to target enough weak spots in the Russian economy to keep Putin in check.

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