Update (3:55 pm ET): Jeff Sessions was reportedly informed on Wednesday by phone that Trump wanted his resignation.
In a fig leaf offering of cooperation, Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi, fresh off her victory in the House, said she spoke with President Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell about working together on infrastructure spending that would help create j
Back in the summer of 2017, to much fanfare President Donald Trump announced that Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn, best known for making the iPhone, would build a new plant producing LCD panels in Wisconsin that will "bring thousands of jobs to t
It turns out that labor demand curves do slope downwards after all.
The rise of the machines has well and truly started.
At a recent technology show in Tokyo, a large robot arm reached into a full-sized mockup of a shipping container and began unloading boxes from it.
From media to manufacturing to medicine, technology is reshaping the face of more and more industries, marching them lock-step into an information economy.
Looking at a map of California on a projector screen, Johannes Moenius, an economics professor at the University of Redlands, hovered his mouse over the Inland Empire, which glowed with a splotch of red pixels.
The middle class in America has been declining for decades, and we continue to get even more evidence of the catastrophic damage that has already been done.
You don't need to be a libertarian to realize this is a problem.
Get with the times, think for yourself, and realize: you don't have to go to college to be successful.
The New York Times is scrambling to quell a staff rebellion at its metro desk after the section's editor, Cliff Levy, unleashed a blistering email to staffers last week, saying the section had "lost its footing" and was in need of "urgent"
The BLS says wages are rising faster than the CPI. Prospective home buyers would not agree.