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Third Presidential Debate to Cover Foreign Policy

By Bill Fay | October 22, 2012

As the countdown to Election Day continues, President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney diligently prepare to duel in their final televised debate tonight. Millions of Americans plan to…

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Second Presidential Debate: Obama, Romney Cover Jobs, Taxes

By Bill Fay | October 17, 2012

With only three weeks left until Election Day, President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney went head-to-head Tuesday night in the second of three planned presidential debates. Held at Hofstra…

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Obama, Romney to Square Off With an Eye on Domestic Policy

By Bill Fay | October 16, 2012

As Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama take to the podium tonight in the second presidential debate, American voters hope to hear some encouraging news about job…

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Biden, Ryan Spar on Economic Policies during Vice-Presidential Debate

By Bill Fay | October 12, 2012

Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan shared center stage Thursday night in a lively vice-presidential debate. It was the only one planned between the two candidates for…

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Unemployment Dips Below 8 Percent, Giving Obama a Big Boost

By Katherine Pilnick | October 6, 2012

The economy and President Barack Obama received some good news Friday, as the unemployment rate dipped below the 8 percent mark for the first time during Obama’s presidency. According to…

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Americans Await Financial Updates from Obama, Romney

By Bill Fay | October 2, 2012

When Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama square off in Colorado on Wednesday during the first presidential debate, Americans will be waiting for an answer to a…

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Will the Economy Affect the 2012 Presidential Election?

By Bill Fay | September 14, 2012

“It’s the economy, stupid,” was the mantra of Bill Clinton’s successful 1992 presidential campaign. At a time when the country was recovering from two-and-a-half quarters of recession and with unemployment…

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Economists Debate Good News, Bad News of July Credit Report

By Bill Fay | July 17, 2012

Economists around the globe are crunching the latest G.19 credit numbers released by the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, numbers that show that consumers around the world are still borrowing…