The Boston Globe looks at how many presidential contenders on both sides are making health care a top campaign priority -- similar to the 1992 campaign. "But unlike in previous campaigns when candidates have focused almost entirely on the uninsured, the early presidential candidates are talking about promoting wellness as a way to avoid the high costs of treating cancers, heart disease, and other ailments."
The Washington Post looks at the tangled web in which top presidential campaign strategists of both parties are all related through their corporate ties to PR/advertising giant WPP Group.
USA Today says investors have reason to think the markets will fare well this year because it's "hard to ignore just how well stocks have fared in the third year of the four-year presidential cycle. The last time the Dow Jones industrial average posted a negative return in a pre-presidential election year was 1939."