• News roundup: October 20, 2011

    Republicans are alienating Latino voters with their extreme rhetoric on immigration, and the President is stumping for the American Jobs Act, which would help hire unemployed veterans and keep teachers and public-safety officers on the job.

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  • News roundup: October 18, 2011

    Today's headlines include a story about the lack of transparency in Republican presidential campaign fundraising and an introduction to the new chief diversity officer for the Democratic campaign committees.

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  • News roundup: October 12, 2011

    Today's headlines center around last night's Republican debate in Hanover, New Hampshire—and find that the American public still supports the President's American Jobs Act.

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  • News roundup: October 11, 2011

    Today's headlines include an increase in public support for the American Jobs Act, new polls showing Herman Cain approaching Mitt Romney's lead, and the Koch brothers' pledge to spend more than $200 million in the 2012 election.

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  • GOP economic ideas would have "little immediate effect"

    Despite no real jobs plan of their own—and ideas that would have "little immediate effect"—Republicans in Congress have been doing everything in their power to prevent passage of the President's American Jobs Act, a plan that would create more than 1 million jobs.

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  • DNC chair on Eric Cantor

    During an appearance on CBS's ''The Early Show,'' DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz responded to Eric Cantor's declaration that he won't allow a vote on the President's American Jobs Act.

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