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Sorry, GOP, Clinton won't advocate raising middle-class taxes.
Democratic contenders back spending on the environment and a huge tax boost to save Social Security.
Tax and trade policy aside, America's strengths mean the euro is not a serious long-term competitor.
The yellow metal is getting pricier, but that may be a reflection of rising geopolitical tensions.
Here is an interesting piece of analysis looking at capital-gains taxes and the venture capital industry from economic consultant Gerard Jackson.
The president calls himself a supply-sider and pretty much gets the theory right.
So far the decline continues to be orderly.
It's a core message found in almost every Democratic presidential stump speech.
How is economic diversity determined? U.S. News looks at the percentage of enrolled undergraduate students receiving Pell grants at each school.