- The economy adds a paltry 120,000 jobs in March, missing expectations. A shrinking labor force drops unemployment to 8.2%., while the broader U-6 rate tumbles to 14.5%.
- As the Obama super PAC continues to struggle, blame flies around.
- The case that Rob Portman will be Romney’s vice presidential pick.
- A volatile presidential primary gives way to a reliably coin-flip general election.
- The White House says people are misinterpreting Obama’s remark that the Supreme Court overturning the ACA would be “unprecedented.”
- One of those people: Obama’s mentor at Harvard Law, Laurence Tribe, who says the President misspoke.
- Romney looks poised for a sweep in Wisconsin, Maryland and D.C., is likely to secure a majority of the day’s delegates.
- He’ll soon raise funds jointly with the RNC, a reflection of party officials eagerness to get to the general.
- Obama launches a preemptive strike on the Supreme Court.
- He’ll define the Ryan budget as “social
- Clues from day 1 of Supreme Court health care arguments on the individual mandate, which is today’s topic.
- How Obama changed his mind on the mandate (and why he called the CBO “banana”).
- In case you needed a reminder, here are three new polls showing that the nation is split and a bit confused about the ACA.