Reich offers three takeaways for Democrats as the 2012 presidential election comes to a close.
US unemployment remains high. Job creation is lackluster. GDP growth is sluggish. Each of these measure should be higher. Lawmakers must reverse the harm of Obama's big-government policies by stopping Taxmageddon, eliminating red tape, and reforming entitlement programs.
Independent New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has long listed global warming as one of his top concerns. He says hurricane Sandy brought the presidential election 'into sharp relief.'
Howard Gleckman offers a breakdown of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's proposed tax plan.
Gleckman offers a description of what President Barack Obama has pledged to do on tax policy if he is reelected president in November.
Romney has always savored details when it helps him make money, Reich writes, but when it comes to running or holding office he’s been a standout for keeping the public in the dark.
As Bruce Springsteen campaigns Thursday in key swing states, he's also penned an open letter endorsing President Obama. It's a window into how Mr. Obama's supporters have gone from giddy inspiration to gritty realism.