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…

from To the Point

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

Poverty and Politics in an Election Year

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

from To the Point

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

Food Stamps and the Politics of Hunger

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

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