Articles for "Politics" (934 posts)

Business group accuses Obama of neglecting jobs

On July 14th, 2010, posted in: Politics by

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – One of the most influential U.S. business groups accused President Barack Obama on Wednesday of neglecting job creation and sowing economic uncertainty with burdensome tax and regulatory policies. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Obama aides say stimulus saved millions of jobs

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Aides to U.S. President Barack Obama will aim on Wednesday to lift sagging confidence in their economic leadership by arguing that their policies are creating millions of jobs and spurring private investment. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit […]

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Stage set for final votes on Wall Street reform bill

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Senate Democrats on Tuesday appeared to nail down the votes needed to approve a historic overhaul of U.S. financial regulations and set up a final vote by the end of the week. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit […]

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Senate panel delays Kagan vote for one week

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday delayed for one week a vote on Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, but she remained on track to be confirmed by the full Senate next month. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit […]

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Crist leads 3-way Senate race in Florida

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Florida Governor Charlie Crist holds a narrow edge over Republican Marco Rubio in a three-way Senate race dominated by economic worries, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Tuesday. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Blagojevich to take stand at corruption trial

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CHICAGO (Reuters) – Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, accused of conspiring to sell his office and barter President Barack Obama’s old Senate seat, will try to persuade jurors in the defense phase of his corruption trial next week he was only engaging in politics as usual. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock […]

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Majority of Americans lack faith in Obama: poll

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Nearly 60 percent of American voters say they lack faith in President Barack Obama, according to a public opinion poll published on Tuesday. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Obama names ex-Clinton budget veteran to head OMB

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama on Tuesday picked Jack Lew as the new White House budget chief, naming a policy veteran who helped return the United States to budget surpluses and who must now confront its record deficit. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock […]

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Congress to extend middle-class tax cuts: Dems

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Congress will likely act to extend tax cuts for the middle class to avoid choking off the fragile economic recovery, key congressional Democrats said on Tuesday. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Senators craft scaled-back climate bill

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Senate’s two biggest backers of climate change legislation have scaled back ambitions for a broad attack on greenhouse gases with a new draft bill focusing on cutting pollution from electric power utilities. Original post here Reuters: Politics For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts […]

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