1 year ago

What Quitters Tell Us About the Economy - Wall Street Journal

By Justin Lahart Dec. 7, 2016 3:05 p.m. ET

One sign the labor market is warming up is more people are telling the boss to take this job and shove it. But read more...

2 years ago

Why the Whole Trump-Clinton Election Could Probably Just Be Held in Pennsylvania - New York Times

There is a complex relationship between the swing states that I model considering three things: the likely correlated impact of any major events or shocks in the days before Election Day (the correlated impact would be very high); the likely corre read more...

2 years ago

Here's how the weak pound could wreck the UK's economy - MarketWatch

A decline in a currencys value typically benefits an economy by making goods and services produced within it more competitive on the global market. But for the U.K., it could be too much of a good thing.

These benefits take time to materia

2 years ago

With Wisconsin Loss Behind Him, Trump Heads to New York for Hometown Rally - ABC News

Following a tough loss in Wisconsin's GOP primary Tuesday, Donald Trump forged ahead, travelling Wednesday to Bethpage, New York -- located on Long Island, about 35 miles east of New York City -- where more than 10,000 supporters greeted him at a read more...

2 years ago

Facing intense heat on McDonald shooting, Emanuel seeks to buy time with ... - Chicago Tribune

For the last week, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has been under fire from protesters and fellow elected officials in Chicago and from activists and pundits across the country to clean up his police department and fire his top cop Garry McCarthy following t read more...

2 years ago

Multiple people injured by gunman at Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs - Washington Post

Three police officers were injured in Colorado Springs when responding to a report of an active shooter situation on Friday, Nov. 27 near a Planned Parenthood center. (Reuters)

At least four police officers and an unknown number of civili read more...

2 years ago

When Social Media Fuels Gang Violence

Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have become an everyday part of life for many young people and increasingly, the way some, including rival gang members, threaten each other.

The practice is called "cyber banging," and it's often led to fight read more...