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By Mariana Mazzucato
By PBS NewsHour
How long before shutdown has major impact on the economy, private sector?…
Government support for research and development is responsible for much of the innovation that drives GDP, argues Mariana Mazzucato. Photo courtesy of Stephen Yang/Bloomberg via Getty Images. As the deadline for raising the government debt limit fast approaches, and wrangling…
The Bain Debate: How Much Will Voters Care About Romney's Role?…
The April jobs report showed healthy gains Friday, but also a rise in the unemployment rate. U.S. markets rose sharply in early trading, but surrendered most of their gains later in the day. Judy Woodruff takes a closer look at…
In Wisconsin, the contentious question of public vs. private sector pay has risen anew.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with Joel Klein, outgoing chancellor of New York City Schools, about his sometimes-controversial eight-year tenure and what will become of the national school reform movement with several high-profile departures.
The Labor Department reported that there were 95,000 jobs lost last month and that September's numbers continue 14 straight months of unemployment being above 9.5 percent. Judy Woodruff reports on the latest numbers, then Ray Suarez talks to Lakshman Achuthan,…
As Democrats and Republicans in the Senate remain gridlocked on extending federal unemployment benefits, Jeffrey Brown gets two points of view from William Beach of the Heritage Foundation and Christine Owens of the National Employment Law Project.
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