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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London is now cheaper than New York and Hong Kong, according to Savills' latest ranking of residential and office rental costs.
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These cars are the most beloved among American drivers based on JD Power's annual survey of new vehicle buyers.
Many graduates from the Indian Institute of Technology have gone on to start and lead global tech companies. Here are a few of the most notable alums.
Carroll Shelby's own very first Shelby Cobra will be sold in August. It's almost certain to be the most valuable American car ever sold.