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Congress returns from summer recess to tackle spending bills, and, some say, to spar with the president over his budget policies. Continue reading →
Former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky shares a poem about the labor that goes into a shirt. Continue reading →
The observance of Labor Day began over 100 years ago. Continue reading →
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Elizabeth Brackett tells the story of a determined entrepreneur who is helping to bring jobs and prosperity to the southwest side of Chicago Continue reading →
A report from the Congressional Budget Office says the government will need to use $9 billion from the Social Security surplus to cover expenses for the year ending Sept.30. Continue reading →
Four experts discuss whether recent reforms to the welfare system are working. Continue reading →
Paul Solman investigates the social security lockbox and the brewing political debate over social security funds. Continue reading →
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