Obama faces liberal pressure to scale back on sending new troops to Afghanistan.
"It's time for the government to scale back," he said, his voice growing louder.
Emanuel had been arguing for months that the president should scale back his goals and shoot for smaller legislative victories.
Since Obama was elected, Democrats on the Hill say they have been forced to scale back their ambitions.
In Colorado, officials are considering a request from utilities to scale back the net metering policy.
Research shows that highly educated moms who work full-time often wish they could scale back their hours or work from home.
Because of the recession, y'all, I'm telling you, I had to scale back.
What was the one example Joe Biden gave in the vice-presidential debate, when asked where the new administration could scale back?
In January, the Fed will start to scale back—taper—its bond purchases, from $85 billion per month to $75 billion.
Shrinking ad revenue in the digital era has caused outlets to scale back on everything.