President Biden has boosted employment to such a degree that more Americans are working than on any day during Trump's presidency.
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.
The media is not about to damage Republicans' electoral chances by telling Americans the real reason why they are in poverty, not finding good jobs, and losing their unemployment benefits.
For Democrats to retake the House in 2013, they need to embrace key issues that they support and that are also supported by the American people.
In Republican parlance, when they say "what the people want," they mean their wealthy benefactors the Koch brothers, ALEC, and Wall Street who are the "American people" to Republicans.
Every time Republicans decry President Obama's economic policies as Marxist, socialist, or communist, they are in effect condemning the Pope, Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, and Jesus Christ.
If you are an American who is not in the richest one percent, Republicans are in a blind rage to decimate the economic life out of you.
Americans are having a difficult time understanding why Congress is taking a month-long recess when they have done absolutely nothing for the people who elected them.
Republicans will have plenty to celebrate as more Americans lose their jobs, people drop out of the workforce thanks to their sequester.
Republicans in Congress and statehouses have made every attempt to create a permanent underclass living in poverty, and they are unfazed at the devastation they are creating for children
Americans can hardly take much more economic abuse from Republicans and Wall Street CEOs, panting to cut spending under the guise of debt or deficit reduction just to enrich wealthy industrialists.
Koch brothers' front group, Americans for Prosperity (AFP), sent congratulations to Republicans and their supporters around the country for helping push the sequester cuts.
Republicans are congratulating themselves for allowing the dreaded sequester to take effect knowing full well that in the first year of a ten year plan, about a million Americans will lose their jobs.
It is time for Democrats to call out the absurd canard that taking money out of the economy helps the economy grow. There is a time to address debt, but it is not during an economic downturn.
Republicans have revealed that the harm their sequester cuts were intended to cause is part of their plan that defines them as criminals, enemies of the state and the American people.
Americans not mesmerized by the GOP's buzzwords like "pro-growth" understand it was President Obama's stimulus that saved the economy and staunched massive job losses.
Republicans in Congress have barely accomplished anything except blocking economic recovery and attacking women's rights, and now they are taking two months off while taxpayers are still paying them.
The truth is Republicans probably welcome the Romney distraction because when it comes to jobs, they are as clueless today as they have been for the the past year-and-a-half.
It is a travesty that Republicans hate Americans with such a passion that they deliberately obstructed over 4.2 million jobs.
This is a huge reason for the stubborn unemployment! President Obama doesn't have the benefit of adding public workers to the payroll, like Reagan did.
The next time a Republican asks where are the jobs, show them this chart that demonstrates how deep of a hole President Barack Obama has dug us out of.
The mystery of the disappearing workforce is owing not to the President's leadership but to eight previous years of treasury looting and voodoo economic policy.
Like a father to troubled teens, Obama schooled Congress: I sent you a jobs bill last fall that would have put Americans back to work.
The mainstream media's constructed storyline is that the 2012 election is all about the economy and jobs, but this election will hinge not on the economy but one simple question.
Romney and Walker each pushed austerity politics only to end up with abysmal job records, yet polls say gullible voters keep supporting them.
In a business survey, over 51% of businesses say lack of growth in sales is restraining their hiring, while taxes and regulations are in the middle.
This protest is against everything the Republican Party stands for and works diligently to perpetuate with their relentless Draconian spending cuts to fund corporate and wealthy tax breaks.
Sen. Bernie Sanders brought the reality hammer down on Republicans who are trying to sabotage the economy ahead of the 2012 election.
While campaigning in Wisconsin via phone, Mitt Romney endorsed Governor Scott Walker's "labor policies" and Representative Paul Ryan's "budget plan".
Republicans are willing to hold 2.8 million jobs hostage unless the insurance industry is rewarded with the legality to decline any health services.
It is not surprising Romney is pushing the tactic he employed while head of Bain Capital to try to kill Detroit's auto industry.
Boehner and his Republican cohorts are fools for attacking the President instead of celebrating the compromise that helps 160-million working Americans.
These job statistics show who is working based on gender, race, and education.
After President Obama gave his statement on the decrease in unemployment, he once again called for a tax increase on the wealthy.