November saw much higher jobs growth than economic analysts were expecting, but it could just be a statistical blip.
While the economy is likely to remain at its current levels for the next year, that probably won’t help Trump and the GOP much.
October’s jobs report came back better than expected but hardly something to cheer.
The economy grew an anemic 1.9% in the third quarter according to the first estimate of the state of the economy over the summer.
July’s Jobs Report was in line with expectations, but hardly indicative of a booming economy.
The independent who upended the 1992 Presidential race has passed.
One of America’s fist celebrity CEO’s has passed away at the age of 94.
It’s been just about fifteen months since President Trump imposed tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. Not surprisingly, those tariffs have not had the effect the President claimed they would.
Last night, President Trump announced a new round of tariffs against Mexico for reasons that have nothing to do with trade itself.
Most of us define ourselves largely through our jobs. That’s increasingly a problem.
Donald Trump’s tariffs are hurting the American economy, American consumers, and American businesses.
The longest-serving member of Congress in American history has passed away at the age of 92.
Despite the President’s claims, the American steel industry isn’t doing well at all.
Jobs Growth in November was healthy but fell short of expectations.
The economy is in good shape for the moment but there are storm clouds on the horizon.
A decade after being bailed out by the Federal government, the giant automaker is slashing jobs.
In a rare red-state victory for labor unions, Missouri voters rejected a right to work initiative by an overwhelming margin.
Trump’s trade war will claw back 25% of the growth in GDP, slightly more than 20% of the wage growth and more than wipe out all the jobs his tax cuts would provide.
The ill-advised move is sure to raise costs for businesses and consumers and roil global stock markets.
Donald Trump’s trade war continues to have negative consequences for American consumers and businesses.
Donald Trump’s approach to international trade has nothing to with economics and everything to do with politics and the culture war he loves to provoke.
Ford, GM, and Chrysler are all moving almost exclusively to trucks, SUVs, and crossovers.
We don’t yet have enough information to assign blame here. Naturally, that’s not stopping anyone.
A series of scandals at Oxfam and other charitable organizations raise troubling questions.
Another day, another Trump lie.
Paradoxically, the children of affluent parents are less happy than those of the poor.
Frank Foer proclaims, “Amazon Must Be Stopped. It’s too big. It’s cannibalizing the economy.”
My latest for The Hill, co-authored with Butch Bracknell: “Explaining the Sinclair demotion.”
General Motors is headed back to court.
A new set of emails is reviving the old partisan arguments about the attack in Benghazi.
The New York Times Benghazi report raises as many questions as it purports to answer.
The federal government lost $10.5 billion on the GM bailout. Was this a good investment?
According to reports, the President had no idea that the NSA was listening to the phone calls of foreign leaders until this summer.
Just as the auto industry has, painfully, had to learn to adapt to a new world, the city will as well even if that means becoming a shadow of its former self.
Thanks to archaic state laws, you can look at cars in a Tesla showroom, but in my states you can’t but anything there.
For its 60th anniversary, Chevrolet has redesigned the Corvette for 2014. It looks surprisingly like a Corvette.
Will a disagreement over accounting rules increase the bad feelings between China and the U. S.?
American politicians are using China as a scapegoat for America’s problems.
There are signs that some Romney supporters have already decided their candidate is going to lose.
Is it possible to have the Volt conversation without it being about politics?
Paul Ryan did what he needed to do last night, but in the long run his speech will be lost to history.
Paul Ryan pointed to a shuttered GM plant in his hometown as proof of Obama’s failed policies. The truth will make your head hurt.