Bernie Sanders lays out his proposal for curbing rampant white-collar crime in the banking industry.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face questions about their racial sensitivity from Don Lemon.
Jon wonders whether he really did eviscerate his enemies over his 16-year tenure.
Donald Trump upsets fellow Republicans by stating that former POW John McCain isn't a war hero.
Hannibal ponders news about Caitlyn Jenner and Donald Trump and gives Greece some advice.
Managing Director of the IMF Christine Lagarde reflects on the gender gap around the world.
Christine Lagarde explains how the IMF functions as a lender for countries throughout the world.
The IMF's Christine Lagarde discusses ways to close the global gender gap.
Julian Castro describes an initiative at HUD aimed at reducing mortgage insurance premiums.
Julian Castro renames the Department of Housing and Urban Development something more inspiring.
Jon demonstrates how AIG's bailout request would have been received at a regular bank.
Former Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner discusses his book "Stress Test."
Timothy Geithner tries to imagine alternative scenarios that might have eased the financial crisis.
Timothy Geithner explains how the bailout benefited American homeowners.
Timothy Geithner argues that the causes of the financial crises were simpler than people assume.
Timothy Geithner suggests that the bailout was necessary to avoid a depression.
In his book "Stress Test," Timothy Geithner shares his perception of the financial crisis.
Timothy Geithner details the government's response to the financial crisis.
Senator Elizabeth Warren argues that deregulation has led to lawlessness on Wall Street.
Senator Elizabeth Warren explains how politics shifted over the last century to support the rich.