President Barack Obama is extending a new proposal to Republicans that he hopes will break the political gridlock on budget negotiations, offering to cut corporate tax rates in exchange for job investments.
Aiming to show he’s still focused on creating jobs, President Barack Obama is beginning a series of quick trips around the country to resurrect ideas from his State of the Union address that quickly became overshadowed by the intense debates over gun control, immigration and automatic spending cuts.
A recent study conducted by Pew Research’s Social & Demographic Trends division has found that the nation’s economic recovery has largely benefited America’s wealthiest citizens.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren already is the author or co-author of nine books, but she has a lot more to write about.
President Barack Obama was wrapping up his post-State of the Union tour by talking about how government can build “ladders of opportunity” into the middle class.
Reviving his populist re-election message, President Barack Obama will press a politically-divided Congress to approve more tax increases and fewer spending cuts during a State of the Union address focused on stabilizing the middle class and repairing the still-wobbly economy.
WASHINGTON (CBS DC/AP) — The nation appears in position to fall over the “fiscal cliff” at midnight as the House of Representatives do not have a vote in place on the deal currently being negotiated […]
During the current election campaign, for the first time in American history, President Barack Obama and the “left” have made success in America to be negative.
DANVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Republican Paul Ryan says there aren’t enough rich Americans to tax to pay for all of President Barack Obama’s spending. Ryan tells viewers of the vice presidential debate, quote, “Watch out, […]
Taking a cue from Vice President Biden saying that the middle class has been “buried the last four years,” Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney came out swinging against President Obama regarding the economy in the first presidential debate.