Heading into the final stretch before Tuesday’s first-in-the-nation Caucuses, the GOP contenders chatted up Iowan voters in cold and windy weather Friday. Judy Woodruff reports on the candidates’ last-minute campaigning. Continue reading
Editor’s Note | Aug. 17, 2011: The middle pie represents the income distribution of Sweden. For more, see ‘Building a Better America–One Wealth Quintile at a Time‘ by Dan Ariely and Michael I. Norton. The correct answer was ‘Freedonia’ (an … Continue reading
Nearly 10 years after the 9/11 attacks and with the American military involved in multiple Muslim nations, a Gallup survey showed strong positive feelings among Muslim-Americans about their prospects in this country. Ray Suarez discusses the poll’s findings with Mohamed Younis of the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies. Continue reading
Debt-ceiling negotiations crept along Tuesday as both sides agreed on the need for action, but not on the fundamentals of a deal. Gwen Ifill discusses the specifics of what would happen if negotiators don’t reach an agreement by the Aug. 2 deadline with Jay Powell of the Bipartisan Policy Center. Continue reading
…that Hero of Haberdashery, Champ of Chapeaux, el Senor de Sombreros and Fliest of Fedoras — my hat! In a poll so scientific Bill Nye might turn green with envy, the Making Sen$e readership has spoken as one. Well, as … Continue reading
…that Hero of Haberdashery, Champ of Chapeaux, el Senor de Sombreros and Fliest of Fedoras — my hat!
Shocking as it may be, President Obama and every serious contender for the Republican nomination agree on one important fact: The 2012 presidential election is going to be fought and won on the economy. Continue reading