The president chastises Democrats for not addressing soaring gas and food prices and the housing crisis.
The $107 billion stimulus is now flowing to taxpayers, to spend or save as they see fit.
Realistic pricing, cosmetic improvements, and greater patience are needed for today's sellers.
Banks raise capital; senators look at a bipartisan mortgage-rescue package.
Some companies are having problems getting loans, and others are being informed of reduced credit lines.
The high cost of oil and gasoline could act as a tax on consumers and undercut the government's stimulus plan.
Aggressive moves to cut interest rates by America's central bank are intended to stave off a financial meltdown.
Economists can't officially call it a 'recession' until six months after it began, but this one's arrival seems noisier.