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  1. Americans Answer Obama's Call, Contact Lawmakers

    Americans wasted little time Tuesday answering President Barack Obama's request to make their voice heard on the looming debt crisis, crashing websites with e-mails ...

  2. Carper: Pols Can Reach Agreement on Debt Talks

    Sen . Tom Carper , (D-Del.), discusses plans to create jobs and boost the economy.

  3. Taxes Holding Up Debt Deal?

    Sen . Tom Carper , (D-Del.), on how the debate over taxes is impacting efforts to reach a deal over the debt ceiling.

  4. Is the Post Office the Next Bailout?

    Fmr. CBO Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin and Americans for Prosperity Founder Tim Phillips on a potential bailout of the U.S. Post Office.

  5. Sony May Face Global Legal Scrutiny Over Breach

    Sony Corp could face legal action across the globe after it belatedly revealed one of the biggest online data breaches ever.In the United States, several members of ...

  6. Cap and Trade Push Continues Despite Concerns Over Spending

    Senator Tom Carper , (D-Del.), on why global energy problems are worth the price of more spending.

  7. Congress, Please Read Your Health Reform Bill

    A number of Congressmen are out there in media land saying that the new health reform bill requires that Congress must enroll in the new health insurance exchanges.R...

  8. Congress, Please Read Your Health Reform Bill « Emac's Stock Watch

    March 30 , 2010 08 : 49 AM UTC by Elizabeth MacDonald Congress , Please Read Your Health Reform Bill A number of Congressmen are out there in media land saying that...

  9. Congress, Please Read Your Health Reform Bill

    March 30, 2010 8:49 AM Congress, Please Read Your Health Reform Billby Elizabeth MacDonaldSelect rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome Average: 5 ( 1 vote)Comments »A ...

  10. Big Business to Testify on Health-Care Costs

    Sen . Tom Carper , (D-Del.), on why companies such as AT&T and 3M are going before Congress to discuss the costs of health-care reform.

  11. Sen. Carper on the Jobs Bill

    Sen. Thomas Carper , (D-DE), on what the government can do to help create jobs.

  12. $1.5 Trillion Ways to Cut the Deficit

    January 25, 2010 9:38 AM $1.5 Trillion Ways to Cut the Deficitby Elizabeth MacDonaldSelect rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome Average: 4.3 ( 3 votes)Comments »First...

  1. Bernanke gives upbeat assessment of economy to U.S. senators

    Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Thursday offered an optimistic view on the U.S. economy's prospects to Democratic senators, but warned that "tough decisions...

  2. Goldman hires Citigroup lobbyist Amy Overton

    Citigroup Inc lobbyist Amy Overton is leaving the bank for Wall Street rival Goldman Sachs Group Inc.Overton, 43, will handle a broad range of issues for Goldman, a ...

  3. Post Office Looks to New Congress for Rescue

    The U.S. Congress that expired this week might have steered the nation away from the "fiscal cliff" of potentially devastating tax hikes and spending cuts, but it di...

  4. U.S. Postal Service to Default Again

    The struggling U.S. Postal Service expects to default this weekend, the second time in recent months the cash-strapped agency will have missed a deadline to set asid...

  5. How to Save the USPS

    Senator Tom Carper , (D-Del.), on what needs to be done to get the Postal Service back on track.

  6. Can Cuts be Made to Defense Spending to Reduce Deficit?

    Sen . Tom Carper , (D-Del.), on how defense spending can be streamlined to reduce the deficit.

  7. Sen. Carper: Need to Follow Bowles-Simpson Approach

    Sen . Tom Carper , (D-Del.), sounds off on unpredictability and uncertainty in the government.

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