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Recognizing the worldwide significance of the credit crisis, the International Monetary Fund announces a $100 billion loan program for emerging countries.

The Republican presidential candidate speaks out strongly against corruption by asking Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens to resign.

Democrat holds strong leads in the polls as he offers his closing arguments.

A third term for Mayor Mike Bloomberg could be good news for municipal bond investors who might be looking for safe havens in a difficult market environment.

Powell, Fresh Funds Boost Obama

10/20/08 - 11:32 AM EDT

Obama gets Colin Powell's support and the Democrat's campaign raised $150 million in September.

McCain Throws Kitchen Sink; Obama Ducks

10/16/08 - 10:18 AM EDT

McCain relentlessly attacked his rival for the White House in the third and final debate but failed to crack Obama's composure.

A Question for Tonight's Debate

10/15/08 - 02:44 PM EDT

Both Obama and McCain have offered a tepid response to the difficult question of how they would manage the budget and our taxpayer dollars. It's time for them to answer.

Democrats Plan Stimulus Package

10/15/08 - 10:19 AM EDT

House Speaker Pelosi and Democrats in Congress consider a stimulus package aimed at creating jobs.

McCain Offers New Tax Cuts, Incentives

10/14/08 - 04:53 PM EDT

The Republican nominee unveils a plan for tax cuts aimed at keeping capital in the stock markets.

With three weeks to go to Election Day, the Republican nominee for president is behind in the polls. Why isn't he trying to shake things up?

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