Tuesday’s debate is a chance to regain campaign momentum.
In essence, Congress is telling him to create his own financial recovery plan.
Barack Obama has the edge on economic issues, but volatile markets could change that.
Ecuadoreans easily approved a new socialist-leaning charter Sunday.
Some see the beginning of the end for huge compensation for financial titans. Others say the limits are too weak to bring real change.
Banks will still need to recapitalize and start lending again.
Obama and McCain hope to jump-start the economy, but their plans clearly differ.
But even in hiding, Al Qaeda in Iraq can carry out high-profile attacks and has infiltrated security forces.