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  • Biden: Second Obama term possible even with high unemployment

    Biden: Second Obama term possible even with high unemployment
    President Obama can win a second term even if the economic recovery fails to gather steam, Vice President Joe Biden said Monday.
  • Last-minute deal averts government shutdown

    Last-minute deal averts government shutdown
    Congressional negotiators struck a last-minute deal to fund the government for the rest of the fiscal year, congressional leaders and the White House said late Friday, averting a threatened shutdown. The House and Senate are expected to approve a seven-...

    Budget? What budget? Obama talks energy in Philadelphia before an Al Sharpton gala in New York

    Obama calls a last-minute budget session at the White House for Wednesday night.

    Dollar gets trashed as U.S. shutdown looms

    Friday turned into beat-up-the-dollar day in world markets, as the greenback tumbled against many other major and minor currencies. The DXY index (charted below), which measures the buck against six other key currencies, slid 1% to 74.86, its lowest...

    Robert Redford on ‘This Week’; Mark Cuban on ‘Reliable Sources’

    The averted government shutdown will be the main topic on Sunday morning television. White House senior adviser David Plouffe will be on four shows. But only ABC's "This Week" will have Robert Redford, who discusses Washington, his career and his new...