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  • Big woes need big thinking

     
    By Jim Tankersley and Christi Parsons Last in a series, United States of Anxiety America's financial system has crashed around us over the past two months, draining retirement funds, forcing job cuts, inflaming fears of a deep recession and......
  • Shrinkage: Statements on a contracting economy

     
    McCain and Obama campaigns reacting to the announcement that GDP shrunk .3 percent in the third quarter. Both totally political, using the number as a springboard to attack the other guy. First, McCain advisor Douglas Holtz-Eakin: "Today's announcement...
  • Rhetoric meets reality for Obama agenda

     
    By 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......
  • Deutch calls for examination of fuel terminal with ties to Iran's oil sector

     
    Boca Raton Sen. Ted Deutch today called on Gov. Charlie Crist to "examine" a $100 million fuel terminal being constructed in Brevard County's Port Canaveral by a European oil company, Vitol, that Deutch says supplies more than half the oil......
  • Consumer prices see record drop in Nov.

     
    by Frank James More concerns today about the dreaded economic possibility of deflation, the phenomenon where prices fall throughout the economy, reducing the power of companies and workers to charge what they need to in order to make ends meet.......
  • SoS: Hype is here

     
    The press release describing Gov. Paterson's State of the State address has a catchy, all caps title: "IN FIRST STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS, GOVERNOR PATERSON OUTLINES PLAN FOR A STRONGER NEW YORK: TALKS OF CONFRONTING FISCAL CRISIS HEAD ON......
  • Chu beams into Senate hearing

     
    by Jim Tankersley, and updated Only on Capitol Hill - and maybe an elite physics department near you - does a Nobel-winning scientist garner round-the-corner lines, an overflow crowd and a cascade of flashbulbs when he steps out in public.......
  • Greens: No to Acampora, Brown

     
    In an item yesterday, we wondered about Gov. Paterson's reappointment of Pat Acampora and Garry Brown to the Public Service Commission, because both seemed to have Republican patrons and a high comfort level with Pataki deregulatory policy. Today, the.......
  • Obama: Afghanistan 'still winnable'

     
    by Mark Silva "Afghanistan is still winnable,'' President Barack Obama says, "in the sense of our ability to ensure that it is not a launching pad for attacks against North America. "I think it's still possible for us to stamp......
  • Bernanke rejects nationalizing banks

     
    Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke appears on a television screen on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) by Frank James While leaving open the chance the economy could start......
  • Bobby Jindal: Mr. Rogers, Kenneth, 2012?

     
    by Mark Silva The morning after President Barack Obama's first big speech to Congress, people seem to be talking as much about the first big national appearance of Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, he of the state where they used to......