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July 31st, 2012
02:55 PM ET
July 29th, 2012
03:17 PM ET

Marissa Mayer's maternity leave mayhem

Yahoo's new CEO promises to work through maternity leave. But is she ruining it for other pregnant women? Christine Romans reports.

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July 28th, 2012
02:04 PM ET

Housing prices on the way up?

New numbers say home prices are rebounding. But Robert Shiller tells Christine Romans the rise may not be as dramatic as the numbers show.

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July 28th, 2012
01:21 PM ET

What are 'middle class values'?

95% of Americans say they are in the working, middle or upper middle class. Stephen Moore and Marc Lamont Hill debate the idea of special 'middle class values.'

July 27th, 2012
04:14 PM ET

Debbie Phelps: Every pool has a story

Debbie Phelps may be Michael Phelps' biggest fan, but she's also a principal. She tells Christine Romans about her mission to keep kids healthy and whether Michael will compete in the Olympics again.

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July 27th, 2012
03:52 PM ET

Tax increases & budget cuts loom

If Congress doesn't act, your taxes will rise and the programs you depend on will be cut at the beginning of next year. Christine Romans explains the "fiscal cliff" with Stephen Moore and Marc Lamont Hill.

July 24th, 2012
11:35 AM ET
July 22nd, 2012
02:54 PM ET

City workers caught in political fight

City workers' pay in Scranton, PA has been cut to minimum wage. Firefighter John Judge shares his views on the budget fight in his city.

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July 22nd, 2012
02:46 PM ET

Presidential blame game heats up

John Berman and Christine Romans discuss Mitt Romney and President Obama's election strategies.

July 15th, 2012
02:08 PM ET

Redefining middle class jobs

Richard Florida joins Christine Romans to address the decline in U.S. manufacturing jobs and rise in service industry jobs.

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