While Rep. Anthony Weiner continues to fight off questions about his Twitter page, Mitt Romney announced today that he will be running for President in 2012. And at the same time, Sarah Palin's tour bus continues to roll through the country.
CNN's Candy Crowley and National Review's Jim Geraghty appear on American Morning this morning to discuss the latest political news and what it means for 2012.
This week we've had bad housing numbers, the DOW dropped 280 points yesterday and we expect low job creation numbers on Friday. Has our economic recovery hit a wall?
On American Morning this morning, Ryan Mack, president of Optimum Capital Management and Lakshman Achuthan, the co-founder and COO of Economic Cycle Research Institute, explain why the latest numbers may have business owners and investors skittish.
With stocks starting the month on a sour note and the Dow posting its steepest losses in nearly a year. The next key barometer of how this economy is doing coming out tomorrow – the government's jobs report.
Are these economic indicators painting a picture an economy headed for a slowdown? CNN's Ali Velshi breaks it down.
(CNN) - Saying it is "unfair for Florida taxpayers to subsidize drug addiction," Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday signed legislation requiring adults applying for welfare assistance to undergo drug screening.
"It's the right thing for taxpayers," Scott said after signing the measure. "It's the right thing for citizens of this state that need public assistance. We don't want to waste tax dollars. And also, we want to give people an incentive to not use drugs."
Question of the Day: Florida’s governor wants to drug test welfare recipients– good idea or not?
Let us know what you think. We could read your answer on American Morning.