: After President Obama's re-election, what's next for small business owners? These five entrepreneurs say hiring, health insurance costs and the looming fiscal cliff are among their top concerns. More
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, mostly opposing Democrats running for Congress, spent $29 million on the losing side in this election.
It won't be pretty, but an eventual fiscal deal could include tax hikes on the rich. But there is more than one way to do it.
Raising tax rates is not the same as raising tax revenue - a distinction that may prove key in upcoming fiscal cliff talks between Boehner and Obama.
Higher taxes on energy are possible after Hurricane Sandy, Obama's big win puts climate change back in the spotlight.
The 2012 election was the priciest ever on record, with spending totaling $5.8 billion according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
Californians give a thumbs up to a big tax ballot measure that would preserve funding for education.
President Obama's decisive electoral college victory puts an end to real threat of unrolling the core parts of the Dodd-Frank Act.
The $7 trillion fiscal cliff is the largest, most immediate domestic problem confronting lawmakers in the next two months.
President Obama's re-election puts the will-it-or-won't-it stand debate over health care reform to rest.
Wall Street professionals point first to rhetoric then regulations while explaining why they've come out in droves to push against the President's reelection.
It's the largest, most immediate domestic problem that will face the next president of the United States. Here's where President Obama and Mitt Romney stand on how to handle the $7 trillion fiscal cliff.
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