As President Barack Obama gears up for a big rally in Ohio--his first official campaign event this cycle--his likely opponent Mitt Romney penned a not-so-warm welcome letter for the president in The Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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U.S. stocks sold-off Friday after a government report showed that employers added fewer than expected jobs in April.
Oil prices have plunged this week, erasing the gains of recent months and dissipating fears of $5-per-gallon gas ... at least for now.
Hiring slowed in April and workers dropped out of the labor force in droves -- not a good sign for the job market going forward. The economy added just 115,000 jobs in the month, the Labor Department reported Friday, down from March when employers created 154,000 jobs.
There are far more jobless people in the United States than you might think. While it's true that the unemployment rate is falling, that doesn't include the millions of nonworking adults who aren't even looking for a job anymore. And hiring isn't strong enough to keep up with population growth.
April's jobs report was, in a word, disappointing. The economy added only 115,000 jobs. Hiring slowed. More than 340,000 workers dropped out of the labor force. April's report, which follows lackluster numbers for March, is particularly bad news for President Obama's campaign staff in Chicago.
As the United States grapples with stubbornly high unemployment, there's one part of the country where the jobless rate is plummeting. Walker County, Ga., population, 68,756.
The Obama administration tightened rules on hydraulic fracturing Friday, requiring the disclosure of chemicals used in the process when done on federal and American Indian lands.
Even by Bubba Watson's unpredictable standards, his decision to pull out of this month's Players Championship to spend more time with his family is an unusual one.