The hawkish Fed President believes tapering is on its way, despite a disappointing Friday jobs report.
Polls show that America cares about jobs, not the debt.
Georgia, California and Texas had the biggest increase in claimants last week.
High unemployment has become the new normal. It's time to take back the reins.
A new poll shows Americans blame George W. Bush more than they blame Obama for economic problems.
Here's how elected officials are behind some of the more depressing spots in the latest job report.
About 195,000 new jobs were added in June, while unemployment remained unchanged at 7.6 percent.
The spending cuts mean steep cuts, particularly to workers in states like New Jersey and Maryland.
The figure suggests the job market is more immune than expected to Washington's fiscal drag.
In today's climate of low interest rates, here's what you need to know about putting money into a savings account or a certificate of deposit.