One of the biggest false narratives in American politics is that Republicans create jobs. 95% of the nation's job growth has happened under Democrats since 1989.
Pence is anchored to Trump's talking point lies as Kamala Harris is humiliating him at the vice presidential debate.
Trump tweeted about the NASDAQ hitting a new high, so Joe Biden responded by telling him that tens of millions of people have lost their jobs.
Sears Holdings Corp is planning to close up to 150 of its department and discount stores and keep at least another 300 open as part of a plan to restructure under U.S. bankruptcy protection, people familiar with the matter said Friday.
Trump bragged about a 'historic' jobs report, but in reality, his numbers and the percentage change in the unemployment rate are worse than Barack Obama.
No one should be fired for being lesbian, gay, or transgender like happened to me and it’s incredibly powerful to know that the law now protects me and other LGBT workers.”
Undocumented workers contribute 3 percent of GDP, or nearly $5 trillion in economic growth” that will vanish with Trump’s “military action” against Mexican workers.
It’s really a best-case scenario. The economy consistently moving in the right direction with job growth that is pretty remarkable.
The Obama White House this week took steps to force communities to halt the "cruel, inhumane, and degrading" treatment of the homeless
Obama defends workers' right to earn the federal minimum wage and overtime protections; something Republicans believe is an abomination
A new study from the Urban Institute proves that Republicans are wrong about Obamacare killing jobs.
Trump's plan to help U.S. automakers sounds an awful lot like Mitt Romney's underhanded tactics at Bain Capital
A business leader enraged by House Republicans letting the Ex-Im bank charter expire for the first time in 81 years said, "They really don't have a clue what they're doing or the damage they're going to inflict on small businesses in America by closing the Ex-Im bank."
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Obviously, the President has preached at, begged, and cajoled Republicans to pass legislation addressing the income gap and there is no better way to start than allocating major funding to rebuild the country's infrastructure.
Much excitement was to be had at the opening of Representative Brad Wenstrup's (R-OH) weekly Republican address, as he opened it with promises of getting back to work for the American people.
It is beyond dispute that Republicans take advantage of their supporters' stupidity, and Brownback must believe Kansas voters are the stupidest people in the nation
It is unfair and hypocritical for a person who has a job but refuses work to attribute laziness to a person who wants to work but cannot find employment, but that has been a defining characteristic of Republicans in Congress over the past four years.
There were two specific announcements on Wednesday that, taken on their own, were just economic news reports, but if a person had kept abreast of Republicans' actions over the past few months, the stories were not "news" at all but the expected culmination of congressional Republicans' economic agenda that reveal precisely why America's economy is struggling.
By blocking the workforce's efforts at creating a works council at the Chattanooga plant, Republicans also blocked VW expansion for Tennessee and the entire southern United States.
Republicans on pace to kill hundreds and hundreds-of-thousands of jobs, send millions of Americans and their children into poverty, and lay waste to the economy; then they are going on vacation.