Presidential Candidates Promise New Jobs, Economic Growth
U.S. presidential candidates focus on economy as they campaign with three months left before the election. Speaking in Detroit, Michigan, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said he would "jump start" the U.S. economy by suspending new regulations and cutting corporate taxes. His Democratic counterpart, Hillary Clinton, outlined her plan to invest in creating new jobs and making higher education accessible to all during a rally in St. Petersburg, Florida. Zlatica Hoke has more.