Progressives are calling on Democrats to ensure that all of the party’s key priorities remain in the final budget.
A mixed jobs report shows many of the lowest-paying industries are losing jobs.
Analysis shows Manchin’s cuts would lead to his own home state seeing 9,880 fewer jobs each year.
More than 9 million people across the U.S. were taken off unemployment insurance earlier this week.
Some experts worry that the new COVID variant, named Mu, may have more resistance to our vaccines.
In the context of the last two months’ extraordinary growth, August’s weaker jobs gains should not be a surprise.
Neither Congress nor the Biden administration seem prepared to do anything about it.
It appears the spread of the Delta variant had not had a major impact on the labor market, at least through mid-July.
Sinema’s announcement that she won’t support the reconciliation bill earned her high praise from Mitch McConnell.
Progressives have been saying it’s low wages, not worker shortages, that are causing job openings to go unfilled.