March Hiring Surge Spanned The Country

Hiring increased in 49 states across the country in March, with large states such as California,…

U.S. Economy Ramps Up on Spending Surge, Hiring Gains

The U.S. economic recovery is accelerating as stimulus money, Covid-19 vaccinations and business re-openings spur a…

Jobless Claims Fell to a New Pandemic Low Last Week

Unemployment claims declined to the lowest level since the coronavirus pandemic struck last spring, adding to…

Inflation Accelerated in March Due to Strengthening Economy, Rising Energy Prices

U.S. consumer prices rose sharply in March as the economic recovery gained momentum, marking the start…

IRS Chief Says $1 Trillion in Taxes May Go Uncollected Each Year

As much as $1 trillion a year in federal taxes may be going unpaid because of…

U.S. Seeks to Pause J&J Covid-19 Vaccine Use Amid Blood Clotting Reports

U.S. health authorities recommended a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson ’s Covid-19 vaccine…

U.S. Budget Deficit Widened 454% in March as Latest Stimulus Money Flowed

The U.S. federal budget deficit widened 454% in March from a year earlier, as the government…

Biden Begins Infrastructure Talks With Lawmakers Over $2.3 Trillion Bill

WASHINGTON—A bipartisan group of lawmakers is set to meet with President Biden Monday about his $2.3…

Amazon Vote Deals Blow to Expanding Labor Union Membership

Workers’ rejection of a union at Amazon.com Inc.’s warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., is a setback to…

U.S. Jobless Claims Rose to 744,000 Last Week

Worker filings for jobless claims rose to 744,000 last week, pausing a downward trend amid other…

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