What if every person who wanted a job had one?
Last year, 86 million Americans were not counted in the labor force because they hadn't recently looked for work. Meet 5 of them.
The unemployment rate is falling. But that doesn't include millions of Americans who aren't even looking for a job
More than 200,000 long-term jobless Americans lost their unemployment benefits last week.
The national unemployment rate has remained stubbornly high since the recession, but not all states are still feeling the jobs crisis.
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Stadium attendance is down so pro sports teams are using technology to win back fans and get them in their seats.
Strong job growth, growing interest from Millennials and affordable home prices are attracting home buyers to these cities.
These Clearfield, Pennsylvania, residents are mad at D.C., but want more help.
These voices are based on interviews with American voters from the key swing states of Florida and Ohio. It's part of a special report titled "Your money, your vote," ...
These classic cars went for seven figure sums at the world's premier classic car event.
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While these events are best known for seven-figure classics, just about everything crosses the block at Pebble Beach.
It's not easy to wrap great looks around a small, inexpensive car. But the designers behind these five models totally nailed it.