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  • Obama Gains Time on Syria as Russian Plan Offers Off-Ramp

    President Barack Obama’s address to the nation last night amounted to a well-crafted call to inaction.

  • Dowd: External Events Will Define This Election

    Matthew Dowd, Bloomberg political analyst and former chief campaign strategist for George W. Bush says external events will define this presidential election. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Dowd: GOP Veep Should Be Oatmeal

    Matthew Dowd, Bloomberg political analyst and former chief campaign strategist for George W. Bush, says Mitt Romney will choose a safe and non-controversial running mate. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Myriad, Hot Topic, Apple, Del’s: Intellectual Property

    The U.S. Supreme Court restricted the ability of companies to patent human genetic sequences, issuing a mixed ruling in a case that raised questions about thousands of biotechnology, agricultural and drug patents.

  • Gene Patents Limited by Court in Mixed Ruling for Myriad

    The U.S. Supreme Court restricted the ability of companies to patent human genetic sequences, issuing a mixed ruling in a case that raised questions about thousands of biotechnology, agricultural and drug patents.

  • Gingrich-Allied Attack Film Shows Romney as ‘Ruthless’ Rich

    Mitt Romney is depicted as a financier “more ruthless than Wall Street” and a son of privilege responsible for firing thousands of workers in a film bankrolled by Newt Gingrich supporters set to be released today in South Carolina.

  • Dowd: Jobs Way Short, Bad for Obama and a Gift for Romney

    Bloomberg political analyst Matthew Dowd reports on the impact of the today's jobs report on the presidential race. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Republicans Losing Key States as Hispanics Shun Party

    If demographics are destiny, Democrats are positioned to dominate U.S. national politics until Republicans can attract Hispanic voters who shunned their party in the presidential election.

  • Obama Doesn’t Name Names in Campaign

    President Barack Obama doesn’t utter Mitt Romney’s name in speeches and public remarks. He just uses the Republican front-runner’s words.

  • Fairfax County Will Determine Who Carries Virginia

    July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Matthew Dowd focuses on Fairfax County, Virginia, a county with independents who are conservative fiscally, but progressive on many social issues and the role its voters will play in this November's presidential election. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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