Adam Sorensen

Adam Sorensen is an associate editor at TIME.

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Romney’s New Approach: The Tale of Two Ads

Mitt Romney has a very tricky problem. He’s running against an incumbent President whose poll numbers have proved resilient in the face of a weak economic recovery. The last few weeks have produced a bit of Republican panic, so his campaign is out with a Bold New Strategy™: Senior Romney adviser Stuart Stevens tells Politico (the …

It’s Ben Bernanke’s Economy Now

Here’s why you should care about the Federal Reserve’s latest round of bond-buying, announced Thursday by the central bank: One man has assumed the task of  getting the flagging U.S. economy back on track. He says he’ll work for …

Obama’s Stadium Speech Rained Out

Citing safety concerns, Democratic organizers announced Wednesday morning that President Obama’s nomination acceptance speech in Charlotte will be moved indoors from Bank of America Stadium to the Time Warner Cable Arena. The venue change,  prompted by forecasts of thunderstorms, leaves some 40,000 Democrats who had planned to attend …

How Bain Shaped Romney

In this week’s cover story, Bart Gellman delivers some great reporting on Mitt Romney’s Bain days, his decision-making as a consultant and a private equity CEO. The fun is in the details: a joke Romney once told about polar bear …

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