Catherine Rampell

Washington Post

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Opinion columnist for the Washington Post; former economics reporter at the New York Times and founding editor of its Economix blog

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Last Saturday, Democrats in Nevada caucused to choose a presidential nominee. In South Carolina, Republicans went to the polls.

The March to Super Tuesday

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Today, we tackle the final installment in our presidential “unfinished business” series.

Obama’s Unfinished Financial Business

Today, we tackle the final installment in our presidential “unfinished business” series.

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On paper, economic numbers in the U.S. look good. Today’s unemployment rate is down to 5.8 percent and that’s just one example of positive economic reports.

Economy Improving, So Why Don’t We Feel It?

On paper, economic numbers in the U.S. look good. Today’s unemployment rate is down to 5.8 percent and that’s just one example of positive economic reports.

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