New York, DC, Atlanta and Chicago airports will face new Ebola screenings, WH says
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal on Monday pressed for an increase in U.S. defense spending to 4 percent of GDP, distinguishing himself from rivals in the future nominating race with a hawkish tone on foreign policy.
The Louisiana governor, who is considering a run for the presidency, is trying to appeal to right-leaning conservatives in his party with an aggressive stance on foreign policy while distancing himself from Tea Party-affiliated candidates with more isolationist tendencies.
By Jeff Mason
PRINCETON Ind. (Reuters) – President Barack Obama took credit for an improving jobs picture on Friday, but blamed businesses for stingy pay policies that are preventing workers from having enough money to get by.
A day after giving an economic speech at Northwestern University touting the success of his administration’s economic policies, Obama reveled in a new report showing the U.S. jobless rate had fallen to a six-year low.