Aides to Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney say his Medicare plan won't try to control costs by limiting the payments that future retirees would use to buy private health insurance. That adds detail to a proposal that has both intrigued and confused many Americans.
For the past year, President Barack Obama has confronted a dizzying swell of economic news - hiring up, hiring down, a euro crisis abroad, seesawing gasoline prices, foreclosures dragging down home values.
Sensing an opening on the economy, President Barack Obama launched an aggressive new effort Saturday to convince voters in the most competitive states that Republican rival Mitt Romney is risky for the nation's recovery with a plan that caters to multimillionaires over the middle class.
Mitt Romney today mentioned the crisis only briefly, at the top of his speech in Virginia. He spoke broadly about the need to strengthen American leadership overseas, and he warned that Obama is weakening the U.S. military.
Democrats say it's no time for Mitt Romney to be taking potshots at President Barack Obama's foreign policy -- not in the immediate aftermath of the death of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three others.
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