The border crisis may be what is driving headlines right now, but Republicans still need to pound away at the economy before the 2014 elections. Our economic problems are still below the surface.
Republicans need to focus on jobs, the economy and Obamacare for the 2014 election.
The positive headlines from today's jobs report don't actually give us the full picture of how the U.S. workforce is deteriorating.
Given that it's commencement season, I thought I would pass along my observations from 30-plus years in this town.
I doubt the Business Roundtable CEOs will hear anything from President Obama that will make them feel more confident about the future.
The actor talks honestly to America's youth about the dignity of work.
The June jobs report revealed an all-time high number of part-time workers in America, probably due to employers preparing for the negative impact of Obamacare on their businesses. What will this mean for Democrats in the midterm elections?
Today's jobs report is better than what most feared, but the fact is that the only robust thing about the Obama economy is the stock market.
President Obama won't have much to say in his speech, but Sen. Marco Rubio needs to be careful in his.
The return of "discouraged workers" looking for jobs makes it harder to lower the unemployment rate