Lawmakers look to place blame for the financial crisis, but not (yet) on the institutions it had a hand in.
The central bank plans to buy debt directly from companies for the first time in decades.
France, Ireland, and Denmark are in recession. Others teeter on the edge.
In essence, Congress is telling him to create his own financial recovery plan.
Democrats will use credit-crisis hearings this month as a springboard for more regulation next year.
If Monday's stock market crash seemed like a signal for Congress to do something, many Americans still cringe at the idea of government bailouts.
Three major lenders were rescued on Monday as the global credit crisis spread.
A $700 billion US rescue of banks is not likely to crimp McCain's or Obama'sspending plans, at least in the short term.
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.