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theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 10/07/13

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VIDEO - Last week investors closely monitored the gridlock in Washington which led to a government shut down...

theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 11/1/13

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CNBC - The jobs report was top of mind for investors last week...

On GPS Sunday: Assessing the U.S. economic system and 2nd time period presidencies

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Watch "Fareed Zakaria GPS," Sundays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN On GPS this Sunday: A panel of leading historians offer their take on the state of the U.S. economy, second term presidencies and more. “I think there are no historical analogies more perilous than comparing a Munich or a Nixon in China, from which we have generations of perspective, to a deal that is days old,” says Nancy Gibbs, managing editor of TIME. “You know, this could prove to be a turning point, as obviously the president would like to argue that it's a long overdue reset of a relationship. But it all could also fall apart.” Then, a referendum to cap CEO pay to 12-times the salary of a firm's lowest-paid employee: What in the world is going on in Switzerland? And, why kids in South Korea and Finland are getting a better education than their counterparts in the United States. And the Last Look: the commercial that has millions of Indians and Pakistanis misty-eyed.

A single father’s take on the government shutdown

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VIDEO - Thomas Fuller is a single father raising an adolescent daughter in the Washington DC area...

theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 9/24/13

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VIDEO - Last week, all eyes were on the FED, which surprised investors by keeping its bond buying program in place to help stimulate the economy...

5 the right way to destroy an financial system

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For more What in the World watch Sundays at 10 a.m. & 1 p.m. ET on CNN Some startling images caught our eye this week. A shopping free-for-all at a major electronics chain, the equivalent of America's Best Buy. People making off with flat-screen TVs…refrigerators…and more…all at bargain basement prices. No, it’s not the holidays yet. This is what happened when the government of Venezuela decided to play Robin Hood: the army took over the privately owned chain and slashed prices. The incident got us thinking. We often talk about best practices for economies. Perhaps there should also be a list of things to avoid – a checklist titled ‘How to ruin your economy.’ Well, it so happens this isn't just a theoretical list, because Venezuela is actually ticking each of those boxes in practice.

theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 9/17/13

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VIDEO - Consumer credit, which tracks credit cards, student and auto loans, grew by more than 10 billion dollars in July. However, consumers cut back on credit card use. Retail sales rose slightly in August due an increase in auto sales...

theGrio and CNBC Market Update: 11/1/13

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CNBC - The jobs report was top of mind for investors last week...

The GOP’s Self-Disapproval

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In an effort to recover from record-low approval ratings, Senate Republicans call backsies on their own votes. (02:54)

The Phrase – On Your Toes

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As the wealthiest one percent prospers, a growing number of Americans resort to selling their body parts. (06:07)

How Republicans weaponized the debt ceiling

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On NOW with Alex Wagner Monday, Alex took viewers on a tour through the history of debt ceiling negotiations, to dig up the origins of the hostage-style tactics that the GOP is using right now. The potential to hold...

Tea party now officially in control of GOP?

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House Republican leadership adopted the Tea Party strategy to avoid the debt ceiling crisis Thursday. At a press conference. Speaker John Boehner proposed a short-term delay of the nation’s debt limit, along with the ...

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