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The Swampby Jill Zuckman TOLEDO, Ohio--Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain battled long-distance over the economy Monday as Obama offered new proposals to aid middle-class voters, including a moratorium on mortgage foreclosures, while McCain presented himself as...
The Swampby Frank James Just in case some thought Charles Krauthammer had gone all wobbly, like some other well-known conservatives, for Sen. Barack Obama, the columnist has come out four-square for Sen. John McCain. Those who thought Krauthammer had jumped ship.....
The Swampby John McCormick LAS VEGAS - Before he campaigns Saturday in Nevada, Colorado and Missouri, Sen. Barack Obama used the Democratic Party's weekly radio address to make his closing argument to voters. The full text of the address, as provided......
The SwampBy Jim Tankersley Forget "hope" and "change" and "yes we can." The word that will matter most, when Barack Obama assumes the Oval Office, is "doable." Teary-eyed jubilation is giving way to clear-eyed realism. As his campaign rhetoric runs into......
The Swampby Mark Silva When President George W. Bush convenes a two-day summit of world leaders in Washington on Friday to confront the global economic crisis, President-elect Barack Obama will not be present. When Congress convenes for a lame-duck session next......
The SwampWatch CBS Videos Online by John McCormick, updated In a wide-ranging interview broadcast Sunday evening, Barack and Michelle Obama reveled in their ability to achieve some level of normalcy again after the election, as they prepare for the enormous...
The Swampby Frank James Here's the transcript for President-elect Barack Obama's news conference earlier today on the economy and his economic team: PRESIDENT-ELECT OBAMA: Good morning, everybody. Good morning. Please have a seat. Thank you all for being here....
The Swampby Mark Silva President Bush has gone to Peru. But Bush, making his last scheduled trip abroad as president, has not gotten away from the economic crisis that has beset his nation and many others near the close of his......
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Spin CycleObama's press conference, aside from announcing his economic team, was not particularly newsworthy. He was grim on economic prospects at the top. The gloomy talk warns against irrational optimism about what he can accomplish in the short term, and......
Money & CompanyThe question of why the Angelides Commission, which just released its report on the financial meltdown of 2007-08 and is the subject of my Sunday column, doesn't resemble the groundbreaking 1933 Pecora investigation into the 1929 crash is one of......
Money & CompanyStop with the Great Depression comparisons, already! So argued economist Allan Meltzer of Carnegie Mellon University in a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed piece that caused a stir in the economics community. Meltzer???s central point was that...
Booster ShotsIf the recession has you worried about paying for visits to the doctor, here???s a small silver lining: a new study strengthens the link between a bad economy and good health. The Great Depression that began with the stock market......
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