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6 Ways The Fiscal Cliff Could Affect You

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke used the term “fiscal cliff,” it quickly became the newest Washington buzzphrase. As the deadline to avert the cliff nears, it has overtaken the European debt crisis as the most talked-about story in the financial media. The fiscal cliff refers to the enactment of a number of laws that would, […]

The U.S. Recovery Has Been Spectacular*

We need a real recovery. That’s what Mitt Romney said during the campaign, and he was right. Five years since the start of the Great Recession, unemployment is still far too high. It’s not for a lack of optimism among policymakers. As Evan Soltas pointed out, the Federal Reserve keeps predicting that prosperity is just […]

Fiscal cliff would drive the U.S. economy back into recession.

Fiscal cliff would drive the U.S. economy back into recession before end of 2013, a new report from the Congressional Budget Office said. Congressional Budget Office released a report showing that the most harmful consequences of the fiscal cliff, a fully armed and operational fiscal cliff would cost us 3.4 million jobs. Obama Fiscal Cliff […]

Barack Obama wins election for second term as president

President Barack Obama handily defeated Gov. Mitt Romney and won himself a second term Tuesday after a bitter and historically expensive race that was primarily fought in just a handful of battleground states. Networks project that Obama beat Romney after nabbing the crucial state of Ohio. FULL STORY

VIDEO: Heckler handcuffed, dragged out of Obama rally…

A Pro-Life protester totally hijacked Barack Obama’s rally in Cincinnati on Sunday. The heckler pulled out an abortion poster and started screaming for several minutes until the police came in and dragged him out. FULL STORY

What’s Next for the Son of Asia’s Richest Man?

Richard Li, the son of Asia’s richest man, Li Ka-shing, is known for straying from the family business and venturing into sectors on his own. The WSJ’s Deborah Kan speaks to Dow Jones’ Jeffery Ng about what the younger Mr. Li could be up to next. Source: http://live.wsj.com