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The U.S. unemployment rate inched up from 6.1 percent to 6.2 percent last month even as employers hired 209,000 more workers, the Labor Department reported Friday.
They may work all the live-long day, but railroad workers shouldn't be receiving at least $1 billion in benefits they don't qualify for, a top government watchdog says.
President Obama has been saying that Americans are doing a lot better than they were before he was sworn into office in 2009.
President Obama on Thursday signed a new order tightening restrictions on federal contractors, but not before he openly dreamt of how much easier life would be if he had even greater executive power.
House lawmakers spent just as much time praising or railing against Obamacare itself as it did on HealthCare.gov's failures — the main point of an oversight hearing Thursday morning — sparing a new employee of the Obama administration from absorbing much heat in the witness chair.
Four Virginians have asked the Supreme Court to take up a lawsuit that says Obamacare's subsidies should not flow to states that decided to rely on the federal insurance exchange, little more than a week after a pair of federal appellate courts issued conflicting rulings on the issue.
MADISON, Wis. | The fight over Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's signature policy achievement, a law effectively ending collective bargaining for most public employees, ended Thursday with the state Supreme Court declaring it to be constitutional.
For one Federal Communications Commission worker, his porn habit at work was easy to explain: Things were slow, he told investigators, so he perused it "out of boredom" — for up to eight hours each week.
Once again, one man has dictated a major change of federal law that can cost American families dearly. It may double the price of your Big Mac, Whopper, fried chicken, donuts or other purchases at your local fast-food restaurant.