Democrats will use credit-crisis hearings this month as a springboard for more regulation next year.
Barack Obama has the edge on economic issues, but volatile markets could change that.
Is there a deal or not? It depends on who’s asked, but an outline is emerging from Thursday’s meeting at the White House.
The GOP candidate wants to concentrate on getting a financial bailout through Congress, but the economy's woes have so far favored Democrats.
But for most, economic issues are more important than candidates' gender.
Key members call for bipartisan effort after meeting with administration officials.
Investors cheered. The Dow jumped 369 points Friday.
Lawmakers focus on bailouts and look to overhaul financial regulations.