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The GOP candidate hopes his wage insurance plan will ease concerns over globalization.
Upcoming contests will be tiebreakers for Clinton and Obama.
Holtz-Eakin says fiscal stimulus is often an excuse for pork projects.
Whoever thought that getting teary would be a good career move for a woman?
The economic boom still has some life left.
As quickly as Iowa's results shook up the race, Hillary Clinton's and John McCain's victories in New Hampshire last night again detoured the unpredictable road to the White House. Now that the Republican field has flattened and Clinton's win in New Hampshire seems to turn the Democratic field into a tough two-person race, the campaigns are lookingtoward the next primaries in Michigan, South Carolina, Nevada, and Florida, and then Super Tuesday, which is February 5.
A new USA Today/Gallup poll shows Barack Obama opening up a double-digit lead over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire Democratic primary. Obama was the pick of 41 percent of voters surveyed while Clinton was named by 28 percent and John Edwards by 19 percent. In the GOP poll, John McCain led Mitt Romney by four points.
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His wage insurance program could become pricier than the New Deal.
Independents—a huge factor in the Granite State—have been key to the success of both senators.