Hear John Ydstie's Report On Sandy's Economic Impact

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They Call The Election A Horse Race; It Has Real Bettors, Too

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Romney's Jobs Plan Relies On His Tax Proposal

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Obama's Jobs Plan Focuses On Federal Investment

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Easy Money May Boost Economy But At What Cost?

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IMF's Lagarde: Uncertainty Slows Global Recovery

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Fed's New Plan Focuses On The Housing Market

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Fed Unveils New Programs To Stimulate Economy

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Fed Stimulus Expected, But Remedy May Not Be Right

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U.S. Treasury Cuts Stake In AIG With $18 Billion Sale

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Critics Say Ryan's Record Belies Tough Deficit Talk

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New Unemployment Report Weaker Than Expected

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Federal Reserve May Move To Boost Economy

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Ryan's Mission For Fed: Focus On Prices, Not Unemployment

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Geithner Defends Response To LIBOR Scandal

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