... them their voices. #renewui — Sandy Levin (@repsandylevin) May 6, 2014
The #MITOTD for May 5th, 2014:
Many consume Mexican beer and food and celebrate #CincoDeMayo, yet refuse to take part in issues of...
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The title of the report sums up the predicament of those who have been without work for six months or longer: "Left Behind: The Long-term Unemployed Struggle in an Improving Economy." The John J.
No, he cannot spare a dime. The good news is that the poverty rate declined last year for the first time since 2006. The bad news is that it's still at 14.5 percent, meaning 45 million Americans are living below the poverty line, according to data released yesterday by the Census Bureau.