5/13/2010 5:28 PM ET
Despite 52 deaths linked to automaker's acceleration problems, Toyota polls seven times higher than investment bank.
5/10/2010 3:51 PM ET
Kernen wonders where the outrage is European IMF bailout; Santelli says desensitized to bailout culture.
5/6/2010 11:10 PM ET
Network reports 8 stocks went to one penny or zero, which contributed to freefall and drawing ire of 'Closing Bell' anchor.
5/4/2010 4:12 PM ET
Network's Joe Kernen compares aggressive tack against BP to attacks on Wall Street, health insurers and high-income earners.
4/29/2010 5:03 PM ET
Senior economic reporter says federal expenditures like TARP and the stimulus won't be repeated.
4/22/2010 3:54 PM ET
Network's Washington reporter calls White House, public being on same page 'happy coincidence'; Thinks Obama can win the support of tea party movement.
4/15/2010 5:13 PM ET
'Tax Enough Already' movement isn't necessarily upset over increasing taxes, but 'other side of the coin,' as in the growth of government, says CNBC's Rick Santelli.
4/12/2010 4:12 PM ET
'Squawk Box' co-host disparages popularity of provision allowing adults to remain on parents' health insurance policy until 27th birthday.
4/5/2010 5:01 PM ET
CNBC CME floor reporter explains investors could flee equity markets for commodities, including energy and put a hurt on consumers.
3/29/2010 3:37 PM ET
Discussion of federal home assistance expansion ignores failure of the existing government program, excludes free-market possibilities.