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Dean Baker: A happier tax day for rest of us if s...
WASHINGTON — Tax Day is always a busy day for the tax hysteric crowd: the folks who think it is outrageous that we tax people to pay for things such as Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and...
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5 signs the job market may finally be accelerating
WASHINGTON -- Few people responded to the March jobs report with high-fives and cheers. But there may be reasons to applaud in the months ahead. Hiring in March was close to the economic recovery's...
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In Search of the American Dream
In Search of the American Dream In a groundbreaking new book, the Brown School’s Mark Rank says it’s attainable — but more difficult to reach Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — The...
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Tighter sanctions will be tough, but Russia can't...
But even if all 20 export projects were approved today, it would take years—and several very cold and dark European winters—before U.S. exports would have any meaningful impact on European...
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House-Senate impasse on aid to jobless has worker...
WASHINGTON – Cecil Rickman took a test last week in hopes of getting an interview that might eventually lead to work as a laborer. Rickman, a 48-year-old Army veteran from Chisholm, Minn., has...
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Janet Yellen’s rookie mistake? Outside the Box
Like students on a new teacher’s first day of school, economists and pundits switched on Janet Yellen’s initial press conference as chair of the Federal Reserve to see how she compared to the other...
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MOORE: Why unemployment is high in parts of Michi...
With 4,000 employees and a state-of-the-art facility, Gentex makes some of the world’s most advanced rearview mirrors, with camera-based driver assistance. After touring the plant, the foreign...
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Tom Campbell: How Obamacare thins the workforce
The most-recent report on America's jobs included a statistic far more important than the small increase in the unemployment rate. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that our country's...
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Despite congressional muscle, Michigan ranks near...
... am under attack. There are bayonets and machine guns. But I am always in a confined space. I am always alone.” The dreams are so vivid, the 60-year-old Kent County resident said, that he often...
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