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The Democratic president, who had largely avoided weighing in on the 2016 campaign, basked in a recent set of victories over
Jindal also took issue with Obama's prescription for more spending to repair infrastructure. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal
Republican leaders are scoffing at a proposal that President Barack Obama unveiled Tuesday tying corporate tax reform to new investments in job creation. Their opposition boils down to one looming question: What's in it for us?
Palmieri also dismissed the idea that Republicans were kept in the dark about the plan, despite McConnell and GOP aides complaining
Among the new proposals are a $200 million performance reward for state governments that best cut energy waste and modernize
How many more of these "bipartisan" deals to block new job creation now while raising government spending in the future has Congress made to get rid of Obama?
Since World War II, Democratic administrations have, on average, added between 160,000 and 250,000 manufacturing jobs each year they have been in office. Republican administrations have lost manufacturing jobs at about the same rate.
“He brought our economy from the brink of collapse to creating jobs again -- jobs you can raise a family on, good jobs right
We cannot let political differences to continue to hold us back. Now is the time to get on with the monumental task of ensuring America's economic competitiveness and rebuilding a jobs machine. We did it in the 1990s. What are we waiting for?
Payrolls grew by 80,000 last month and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 8.2% in a jobs report that confirms the slower trend in employment gains that showed up a few months ago.
There are common sense cures for the economy, so why aren't we doing more? And by more, I mean feeding the massive chunk of the economy that creates all the jobs.
Obama's re-election is far from guaranteed. No U.S. president has won re-election since World War II with an unemployment
The burning policy question at the center of all this is what effect will an increase in the top individual tax rate have on small business job creation. Democrats say not much. Republicans say a great deal.
Perhaps no single issue is as pressing to Americans right now as the economy, which has shed millions of workers in the past
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Still searching for mechanisms to pass pieces of the president's jobs bill, senior administration officials
Decrying the human toll of the nation's economic and financial crisis, Obama's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness is laying
The Democratic proposal would pay for Obama's plan by imposing a surtax on taxpayers making more than $1 million. That plan
Since then, Obama has been traveling the country trying to rally public support for the proposal. He is expected to use Thursday's
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama pushed Congress again on Monday to bring his American Jobs Act to a vote, promising