Political analyst James Carville on the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 presidential race.
Political strategist James Carville on his new book, “It’s the Middle Class Stupid”.
Raymond James managing director Jeff Saut on the unemployment rate, small business’ concerns and whether or not monetary policy will change.
Political Strategist James Carville weighs in on June’s jobs data, health-care reform and the 2012 elections.
WSJ opinion page deputy editor Dan Henninger breaks down how American economic sentiment will impact the presidential election.
Donald Trump on his decision to back Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election and who should be his running mate.
Political strategist Paul Begala on the continued battle ahead of the 2012 presidential election.
"It's the economy, stupid." Really. James Carville's famous shout out during the 1992 presidential campaign remains relevant today, 20 years later. U.S. economic gro...
Political commentator and author Pat Buchanan on who will win the GOP nomination and what issues will get them the win.
Political Strategist James Carville breaks down why the current Republican contenders can’t top the president in the 2012 election.
Some funny moments with "Larry King", "Tony X" and the gang.
Todd Buchholz, former White House Economic Policy director, on how economy and unemployment may stop Obama from winning in swing states.
HDNet’s Dan Rather on the importance of the economy in the 2012 election.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) weighs in on class warfare, more Keystone Pipeline delays and the 2014 midterm elections.
Dallas radio host Katrina Pierson, The Hill Managing Editor Bob Cusack and former President George W. Bush White House Aide Dee Dee Benkie on Americans’ growing lack of trust in many political leaders.
Political strategist James Carville on the impact the Super Bowl had on New Orleans.
Political strategist James Carville on the possibility that Hillary Clinton will run for president.
FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets ahead of the trading day.
Most people become artists or actors so they don't have to go to an office.Not B.J. Novak.He's best known for playing Ryan on NBC's hit comedy "The Office." He also ...
New York Magazine’s Frank Rich on Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign.