by Celeste Little onDecember 17, 2012
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by Lynette Holloway onDecember 8, 2012
The president requested the aid package from Congress to help New York, New Jersey and other states hit hard by superstorm Sandy.
by Michael H. Cottman onDecember 8, 2012
BlackAmericaWeb's Michael H. Cottman says that when it comes to African Americans, discussion of the details of the looming deadline isn't entertaining, but it's important.
December 7, 2012
The latest jobs numbers are good, and Sen. Jim DeMint's exit might make fiscal-cliff negotiations easier.
by The Rev. Al Sharpton onDecember 7, 2012
Writing at the Huffington Post, the Rev. Al Sharpton says that the majority of Americans -- blacks, whites, Latinos, gays, lesbians and seniors -- cannot (and shouldn't have to) pay the bill of the elite 2 percent by having "entitlement programs" eliminated or cut.
December 5, 2012
According to a poll, most Americans will blame Congress if we go over the edge.
by Tavis Smiley onDecember 4, 2012
Writing at the Huffington Post, Tavis Smiley evaluates the current "cliffhanger" through the lens of poverty.
December 3, 2012
Can we believe House Speaker Boehner's claims that the president's fiscal plan will slow the economy?
by Imara Jones onDecember 3, 2012
Colorlines' Imara Jones writes that the fiscal cliff that politicians are so worried about is really about a redistribution of wealth, from white Americans to everyone else.
by Hillary Crosley onDecember 2, 2012
The treasury secretary says Republicans are in a "difficult position."
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