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Ron DeSantis Announces Florida’s Job Growth Rate Is 3X the National Rate

Florida’s job growth rate is three times the national rate, seeing 17 consecutive months of growth, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced Friday. “Happy to report...

Poll: Joe Biden’s Job Approval Hits New Low at 36 Percent

President Joe Biden’s job approval continues to crash with a new low of 36.4 percent during the first nine months of his presidency, according to a Zogby poll, after facing a botched Afghanistan withdrawal, and more recently, a supply chain crisis.

Judge rules in favor of United Airlines employees who claim ‘discrimination’ after vaccine mandates

"The court seeks simply to avoid the risk of irreparable harm to the parties and to maintain the status quo while the court holds an evidentiary hearing."

Biden’s America: White House Says Americans Should Expect Shortages This Christmas

'There will be things that people can't get,' a White House official reportedly told Reuters.

Oil Prices Reach 3-Year High Amid Fuel Shortages

Oil prices on Tuesday hit a near-three-year high amid energy supply shortages, the Wall Street Journal reported.

U.S. unemployment claims rise after hitting pandemic low

The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits moved up last week to 332,000 from a pandemic low, a sign that worsening COVID-19 infections may have slightly increased layoffs.

Inflation surges as prices spike 5.3 percent, settling at high pace

Inflation continued to surge in August, but appeared to settle at nearly the fastest pace in almost 13 years as the economy continues to emerge from the pandemic, the feds said Tuesday.

Pandemic unemployment benefits end for 7M Americans on Labor Day

The expiration of jobless benefits could fuel a sharp spending pullback.

Pandemic unemployment benefits set to end, shaking up labor market

As Labor Day weekend comes to a close, so too will expanded unemployment benefits for millions of people across the country.

Weak Jobs Report Could Cool Fed’s Tapering Plans

Friday’s lackluster non-farm payrolls report, which showed American employers adding far fewer jobs in August than expected, is likely to cool enthusiasm among Federal Reserve policymakers for a quick roll-back of stimulus, some experts believe.

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