Senate Falls Short On Keystone, Battle Looms With Obama Next Year

Senate Falls Short On Keystone, Battle Looms With Obama Next Year

A vote over the construction of the Keystone Pipeline XL has been suspended with a vote of 59-41 for the pipeline, missing the mark of 60 needed to pass the bill. ...

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Keystone Stalemate: Fix Decaying Pipelines First For Jobs, Health, And Safety

Keystone Stalemate: Fix Decaying Pipelines First For Jobs, Health, And Safety

With the Keystone XL pipeline stalled again, now perhaps we can look ahead and consider more promising ways to rebuild our energy system, creating many more jobs than that controv ...

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Four-Week Average Of Initial Unemployment Claims Falls To 14-Year Low

Four-Week Average Of Initial Unemployment Claims Falls To 14-Year Low

See the latest good news for the economy. ...

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Private Sector Added 230,000 Net New Jobs Last Month, ADP Says

Private Sector Added 230,000 Net New Jobs Last Month, ADP Says

The private sector added 230,000 net new jobs for the month of October, as reported by the ADP. ...

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Newsmax’s Ruddy: Raise Minimum Wage, Vote For Common Sense

Newsmax’s Ruddy: Raise Minimum Wage, Vote For Common Sense

Even conservatives should see the value in paying workers a fair wage. ...

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Debunking Chris Christie’s Minimum-Wage Mythology

Debunking Chris Christie’s Minimum-Wage Mythology

Tired of hearing "minimum wage," New Jersey's governor ought to listen to the facts. ...

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White House Offers Help For Long-Term Jobless

White House Offers Help For Long-Term Jobless

Find out how President Obama hopes to give the unemployed a leg up. ...

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Gratitude? Fuggedaboutit

Gratitude? Fuggedaboutit

Why don't Democrats get any credit for the surging economy? ...

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New York Times To Slash 100 Newsroom Jobs In Streamlining

New York Times To Slash 100 Newsroom Jobs In Streamlining

The New York Times is cutting a record high of jobs from the newsroom, amounting to 7.5 percent of the newsroom staff. ...

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