The Troubled Assets Relief Program, which might have been the deadliest vote of 2010, is not going anywhere in 2012.
Local and national polls disagree about the direction the 2010 midterm election will take. Which is right?
A new Washington Post/ABC poll suggests that most Americans continue to blame the sluggish economy on former President George W. Bush, a development that could complicate Republican efforts to lay it at President Barack Obama's feet this fall.
| April 28, 2010; 1:58 PM ET |
Categories: Economy Watch | Tags: Barack Obama, George W Bush, President of the United States, Republicans, United States
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The House vote to pass a $700 billion rescue plan for the financial industry likely brings to an end the two worst weeks of John McCain's general election campaign for the presidency. The debacle for McCain began with the collapse...
Barack Obama and John McCain at last week's presidential debate in Oxford, Mississippi. Photo by Scott Olson -- Getty Images Less than 24 hours after the bill to bailout the financial industry died an ignominious -- and surprising --...