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  • Vote Over California Marijuana Goes Down to the Wire Sunday, 31 Oct 2010 | 10:07 AM ET
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    It is the home stretch in the battle over Proposition 19, the ballot initiative that would legalize and regulate marijuana in California, and at “Yes” headquarters in downtown Oakland last week, young volunteers were hustling for votes.

  • Business Waits as Dems, GOP Battle For Congress Sunday, 31 Oct 2010 | 9:25 AM ET
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    The outcome of five contests considered tossups will help determine if Democrats retain control of the Senate, according to the latest analysis of races by The New York Times, with Republicans trying to capture Democratic-held seats in Colorado, Illinois, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Washington.

  • Obama Walks Fine Political Line on Terror Threat Saturday, 30 Oct 2010 | 7:11 PM ET
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    Trying to manage a terrorism threat in the middle of an election campaign, the Obama administration is walking a political and national security tightrope, says the New York Times. 

  • Jon Stewart/Stephen Colbert Rally Draws Huge Crowds Saturday, 30 Oct 2010 | 4:26 PM ET

    It is perhaps a measure of the volatility of American politics that a television comedy show was able to tap something deep among American voters, who turned out in the tens of thousands on Saturday to add their voices to a national political debate that some said had left them behind.

  • Bernanke’s Reluctance to Speak Out Rankles Some Friday, 29 Oct 2010 | 4:56 AM ET
    Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Ben Bernanke

    The Federal Reserve is all but certain next week to begin a multibillion-dollar effort to coax the recovery along, but privately, Ben S. Bernanke, the chairman, worries that more is needed to turn the sluggish economy around and revive employment, reports the New York Times.

  • Lobbyists Court Potential Stars of House Panels Wednesday, 27 Oct 2010 | 10:26 AM ET
    Representative Dave Camp (R - MI)

    Across Washington, lobbyists have been working behind the scenes now for months to prepare for the possible power shift after the November election. The NYT reports.

  • In Tax Cut Plan, Debate Over the Definition of Rich Thursday, 30 Sep 2010 | 10:25 AM ET
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    As the political battle heats up, however, it has also veered into a more basic matter of fairness, whether a person who earns more than $200,000 a year should be taxed at rates similar to those who make $5 million, reports The New York Times.

  • Greenspan Calls for Repeal of All the Bush Tax Cuts Saturday, 7 Aug 2010 | 12:12 PM ET
    Alan Greenspan

    Mr. Greenspan is wading into the most fierce economic policy debate in Washington — what to do with the tax cuts adopted, in large part because of his implicit backing, under President George W. Bush — with a position not only contrary to Republican orthodoxy, but decidedly to the left of President Obama.

  • Congress Rethinks Its Ban on Internet Gambling Thursday, 29 Jul 2010 | 8:44 AM ET
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    With pressure mounting on the federal government to find new revenues, legislators are considering legalizing, and taxing, an activity it banned just four years ago, reports the New York Times.

  • Are America's Leaders From Top States? Tuesday, 13 Jul 2010 | 4:45 PM ET
    US President Barack Obama speaks alongside Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke during the Economic Daily Briefing.

    The results don't reflect well on the home states of these leaders, regardless of their politics.

  • Fund Managers’ Profits Are Ripe for a New Tax Wednesday, 30 Jun 2010 | 8:06 AM ET
    NY Governor David Paterson

    New York  lawmakers plan to enact a tax change that will treat much of the compensation earned by the fund managers who work in New York but live outside the state as ordinary income.

  • Giving In on Trading, Bankers Turn to Other Losses Tuesday, 15 Jun 2010 | 8:01 AM ET

    Bankers have all but given up on defeating one of the most contentious provisions in the financial regulation bill  and are now focusing on battles like heading off a prohibition on derivatives trading, the New York Times reports.

  • Recession Arbiters, Wary of Certifying an Upturn Monday, 12 Apr 2010 | 7:57 AM ET
    Financial Crisis

    A committee of economists, charged with determining the official turning points in the nation’s business cycles, certifies the beginnings and ends of recessions. But this time, the evidence is not so easy to decipher, The New York Times reports.

  • Next Big Issue? Social Security Pops Up Again Tuesday, 23 Mar 2010 | 9:31 AM ET
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    Now that landmark legislation overhauling the health insurance system is about to become law, addressing Social Security’s solvency could well become the next big thing for President Obama and Congressional Democrats.

  • Clinton Blasts China for Internet Restrictions Thursday, 21 Jan 2010 | 10:47 AM ET
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    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is criticizing China and other nations for restricting Internet access and erecting other electronic barriers to the free flow of information.

  • Falling Far Short of Reform Wednesday, 11 Nov 2009 | 11:59 AM ET
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    Health care reform has always had two main goals. The first — insuring the uninsured — carries grand overtones of social justice. The second — making the health care system more efficient — can seem abstract, technocratic and a bit nerdy. The New York Times looks at what's missing.

  • Clinton Brushes off N.Korea Missile Launch Reports Monday, 12 Oct 2009 | 10:48 AM ET
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

    The United States will continue working for a nuclear-free Korean peninsula regardless of reports that North Korea launched missiles on Monday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said.

  • Former Democratic Fundraiser Sentenced to 24 Years Tuesday, 29 Sep 2009 | 4:38 PM ET

    A federal judge has sentenced former Democratic fundraiser Norman Hsu (shoo) to more than 24 years in prison for violating campaign finance laws.

  • Tony Fratto: Knocking Down the China Myth Friday, 29 May 2009 | 9:20 AM ET
    Timothy Geithner

    If there's one strategic communication goal Treasury Secretary Geithner should strive to achieve this weekend in China, it would be to strike down the myth that the U.S. is beholden to the Chinese because they buy our debt, writes Tony Fratto, former Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary for the Bush Administration.

  • Financial Industry Paid Millions to Obama Aide Saturday, 4 Apr 2009 | 8:57 AM ET
    Treasury Secretary Nominee Lawrence Summers

    Lawrence H. Summers, the top economic adviser to President Obama, earned more than $5 million last year from the hedge fund D. E. Shaw and collected $2.7 million in speaking fees from Wall Street companies that received government bailout money, the White House disclosed Friday in releasing financial information about top officials.