Arthur Delaney

Huffington Post

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Senior reporter Arthur Delaney covers politics and the economy for the Huffington Post.

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Donald Trump took credit  for preventing 1100 jobs at Carrier Air Conditioning from going from Indiana to Mexico, but a Steelworkers Union leader says 350 were never scheduled to leave…

When Trump went after a union man

Donald Trump took credit for preventing 1100 jobs at Carrier Air Conditioning from going from Indiana to Mexico, but a Steelworkers Union leader says 350 were never scheduled to leave…

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Fifty years after Lyndon Johnson's War on Poverty, President Obama says "the defining challenge of our generation” is income inequality.

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Families with children, the elderly and the disabled are feeling the first cut ever in the  Food Stamp  program.

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