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By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
Paul Krugman may not be pleased with the Fed's decision Wednesday to end their bond buying, but he is heartened by Janet Yellen's concern for the unemployed.
By Paul Krugman
Economists and the media use the monthly jobs numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to take the pulse of our economy. But the collection of that data actually grew out of a progressive reform movement to asses the plight…
By Zachary Karabell
An applicant speaks with a prospective employer at a New York job fair. Photo by John Moore/Getty Images Distressing. That's our verdict after studying this morning's unemployment data for June. Basic facts from the monthly survey of…
An applicant speaks with a prospective employer at a New York job fair. Photo by John Moore/Getty Images Distressing. That's our verdict after studying this morning's unemployment data for June.
The Unemployment Paradox: Why Job Seekers, Employers Aren't Connecting…
President Obama declared that the "tide of war is receding" at a ceremony honoring the nation's veterans on Friday, as the military prepares to leave Iraq and begin winding down combat operations in Afghanistan. Judy Woodruff reports.
Several states are testing creative ways to tackle the jobless problem. This excerpt is part of a series called "Help Wanted" produced by PBS' "Need To Know."…
The U.S. jobs report for October brought news of slow improvement for the American economy, but also continued worries that the stubbornly high unemployment rate isn't changing fast enough. Jeffrey Brown discusses the report with Catherine Rampell of The New…
LaHood on FAA Furloughs: Congress Needs to Pass Long-Term Funding…
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