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President Obama today will sign a $42B bill to aid small businesses, which is hoped to spur the creation of upwards of 500,000 jobs.
Of those who oppose the health care reform law, Americans who wish the government had done more outnumber those who wish it had done less by a 2-1 margin, according to a new AP poll.
Senator Dick Durbin, the second most powerful Democrat in the Senate, says Democrats don’t have the votes to pass an extension of the Bush tax cuts for families making less than $250,000 a year.
Republican-leaning men are the driving force behind a Republican surge this election year.
Ezra Klein: The payoff from immigration.
Why the revolution won’t be tweeted.
Many former postal service employees are returning to the agency as contractors, sometimes making double their previous salaries.
Southwest Airlines is buying AirTran for $1.37B, giving it access to Atlanta, the largest market it does not yet serve.
Americans have no idea about wealth inequality in America.
Finally, are stink bugs the new bed bugs?