In a Washington office with walls covered by dry-erase boards, one phrase in red, block letters stands out above the multicolored scribbled notes, ideas and equations: “Does this drive data & dollars?”
When President Barack Obama flew to Miami earlier this month, Air Force One steered clear of the St. Petersburg area, where Democrat Alex Sink was in the stretch run of a tight race for an open House seat.
With support from women critical to Democrats running in the November congressional elections, President Barack Obama is showcasing his administration’s efforts to improve their economic opportunities.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Warren Buffett announced a stock swap today in which he will exit most of his four-decade investment in the firm that owned the Washington Post newspaper.
Republican David Jolly won a special election in Florida’s 13th Congressional District, upsetting a Democratic rival in a race that drew at least $8.8 million in spending by outside groups as both parties cast it as a test for Obamacare and November’s midterm elections.
Republican David Jolly’s victory in a special election in Florida’s 13th Congressional District, upsetting a Democratic rival in a race that drew at least $8.8 million in spending by outside groups, opens a season of midterm elections that could revolve around Obamacare.