No matter what spin you may have heard, today's CBO report confirms the ACA has a positive effect on job creation and the federal budget.
Tim Dickinson, Rolling Stone's political editor, has his own take on the State of the Union.
Letting Republicans filibuster and obstruct everything enables their economic sabotage. Democrats are complicit in this strategy of economic sabotage because they let it continue.
Jim Cramer's concern for the middle class ends at billionaires' doorstep.
The president cited moral and economic reasons for extending the benefits.
Federal unemployment assistance for 1.3 million people who have been unemployed longer than 26 weeks expired last Saturday, after Republicans blocked efforts to extend them. 3.6 million more people will lose these benefits over this year.
Limiting one tax break for the rich would more than pay for extending unemployment benefits for 1.3 million long-term jobless Americans.
Republicans may keep pushing against the minimum wage, but their arguments are wrong and should be disregarded.
Has the job market finally hit its stride? Hiring continued at a solid pace in November, and the unemployment rate fell to a five-year low ... for the right reasons.
Twenty-seven percent of Texas children were living in poverty in 2011, a rate that put the Lone Star State among the nine worst states.