The New York Times notes that in almost all the districts where a senator was up for re-election, average income has dropped since 2007.
The outcry of the Americans is loud and clear: It cannot go on like this in Washington. However, for the time being, very little will change there.
With a burning appeal to overcome the divisions in American society, a previously unknown politician from Chicago made a furor almost exactly a decade ago. The speech [Read more]
<b>In an increasingly divided United States, the November 4th midterm elections are seen as a referendum on the president, but local interests, economic strategies and future visions will influence the result.</b>
The 2014 midterms are a referendum for and against Barack Obama. This is how they have often been [Read more]