The latest news on employment
A combative President Barack Obama exhorted Congress Friday to pass a new job-creation bill.
The White House abandoned its controversial method of counting jobs under Obama's economic stimulus.
Employers again cut far more jobs than economists were expecting.
Communities now have waiting lists of 6 months or more.
Lou Dobbs, now gone from CNN, pledges a public role on immigration, trade, and jobs.
With unemployment still in the double digits, December college graduates face a grim job market.
Obama is down, like Reagan and Clinton before him. These political plays could boost his poll numbers.
The surprise unemployment news is overshadowed by looming economic problems.
A lack of sleep and disruption to your biological clock can have harmful effects.
The data were far better than economists had forecast.