President Barack Obama is selling his 2012 economic policy goals on a three-day tour of politically crucial states. The election-year, post-State of the Union journey will pitch his presidency to a divided public.
It's a busy day in the race for President on the Republican side as Rick Perry drops out of the race to endorse Newt Gingrich and a recount determines Rick Santorum received the most votes in the Iowa caucus.
President Barack Obama plans to visit the offices of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Friday, just two days after defying Senate Republicans and appointing a new head to the watchdog agency.
President Barack Obama is entering his fourth year in office having calculated that he no longer needs Congress to promote his agenda and may even benefit in his re-election campaign if lawmakers take little action in 2012.
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