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Obama vs. Romney: Who Is Better For Women?

Obama vs. Romney: Who Is Better For Women?

Before the debate Tuesday evening, Romney had successfully obliterated Obama's lead, almost entirely thanks to women voters. According to a Pew poll, Obama was ahead a staggering 18 points among women, which was thoroughly quashed by his wearied-professor performance. Winning women is a key to a November... Read More »

Obama Campaign Calls Out Romney's '12 Million Jobs' Plan As Phony

Obama Campaign Calls Out Romney's '12 Million Jobs' Plan As Phony

In the last debate, President Obama took a lot of flak from his base for failing to pounce on what they saw as Mitt Romney's endless fibbing. And it seems this time, the Obama camp is on the offensive, seizing on a scathing Washington Post analysis, published this morning, that gave Romney's jobs plan "four... Read More »

Presidential Debates 2012: Top Jobs Terms Candidates Throw Around

Presidential Debates 2012: Top Jobs Terms Candidates Throw Around

By Susan Ricker Two of the hottest topics this election season are employment and the economy. When you're following the presidential debate on Tuesday night or just listening to the news, refer to this glossary of job-related terms and you'll better understand the issues. Read More »

Unemployment Rate Drops To 7.8 Percent, Nearly 4-Year Low

Unemployment Rate Drops To 7.8 Percent, Nearly 4-Year Low

By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON -- The U.S. unemployment rate dropped to a near four-year low of 7.8 percent in September, a potential boost to President Barack Obama's re-election bid. The Labor Department said on Friday that the unemployment rate, a key focus in the race for the White House, dropped by 0.3... Read More »

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