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The bill is another short-term extension that puts off dealing with the issues that caused the impasse. But it means that 74,000 Americans can go back to work.
Financial markets are rattled, and the ongoing European debt crisis is one of the reasons why. The fear is that the crisis is spreading to larger economies such as Italy and Spain. The cost of stemming the crisis may easily exceed $1 trillion, says...
Polar bear attacks are not uncommon in the area, so visitors are encouraged to carry high-powered rifles when venturing into the wild.
After the debt ceiling was finally raised on Sunday, American's didn't have long to celebrate the global stock market immediately plummeted. Peter Boone and Simon Johnson of The New Republic explain why the economy is tanking around the...
The president is talking about the economy again - but does he have any idea what he's talking about? Mark Hemingway of The Weekly Standard believes that when it comes to economic recovery, the president might as well be wearing a blindfold.
Jimmy McMillan says his landlord wants to kick him out of his rent-controlled apartment because his "rent is too damn low."
The Los Angeles school district has rehired 450 elementary school teachers who had been laid off in June. The AP reports that the jobs were restored after "a combination of retirements, resignations, dismissals and a four-day furlough agreement...
Federal statistics show the U.S. gained 117,000 jobs in July, and unemployment dropped to 9.1 percent. Financial journalist Stacey Tisdale discusses what these numbers mean for the national economy's long-term health, and Rep. Chakah Fattah...
The President was recently referred to as "your boy" by MSNBC's Pat Buchanan, and his debt ceiling policy was called a "tar baby" by Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.). Also in the week's news: July gained 117,000 jobs and MTV...
Will the new congressional "supercommittee" leap the Capitol in a single bound or, perhaps just as improbably, reach an accord on reducing the nation's deficit?