ALG's Daily Grind - Senate Republicans need to hold the line against extending unemployment benefits
Jan. 15, 2014
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Senate Republicans need to hold the line against extending unemployment benefits
The filibuster is back: Senate GOP blocks $17 billion long-term unemployment benefits extension.
Slideshow: Five states with most health insurance cancellations due to Obamacare
Five states that were hit the hardest by insurance cancellations due to Obamacare.
If America had leadership
Americans hunger for leadership, not out of slavish hero-worship but the hope that the powerful will affirm their highest ideals. President Obama, with the media in his palm, could be that leader. He just isn't.
Furchgott-Roth: Who is dropping out of the labor force, and why?
"A popular view is that labor force participation is declining because older people are retiring. But since 2000 the labor force participation rates of workers 55 and over have been rising steadily, and the labor force participation rates of workers between 16 and 54 have been declining."