The enormous, debt-funded unemployment benefits beefed up just several months ago de-incentivized work and created undue hurdles for businesses to bring back employees.
American Airlines announced Tuesday it would be laying off 19,000 employees once federal support from the CARES Act expires in October.
Plans to release the coronavirus relief proposal fell apart Thursday afternoon.
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By maintaining expanded unemployment benefits through 2013, the Obama administration delayed the national economic recovery from the Great Recession in 2009. A National Bureau of…
The CARES Act authorized $1,200 relief payments to Americans. Now Trump says he wants to go bigger.
As thousands of Oregon residents wait to receive their unemployment benefits in the mail, one man received twice the amount he was supposed to obtain…
Another 1.9 million Americans filed for unemployment last week, marking the first time in more than two months new claims fell below 2 million.
Sens. Ted Cruz and Mike Lee said tax cuts and deregulation are needed to help small businesses recover in the wake of coronavirus.
While Thursday’s new jobs numbers show an 8-week decline in new first-time filings, new jobless claims still shatter previous records.
Some business owners are having difficulty “reopening” because their employees would rather collect funds through the Cares Act PPP.
More than 38 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits since state and local lockdowns initiated widespread economic self-destruction.
More than 100,000 small businesses have already been permanently destroyed over two months, and a looming tax day will destroy thousands more.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) has introduced legislation that will defund states and localities providing American taxpayer-funded coronavirus relief money to illegal aliens.
New data from the Department of Labor released Thursday shows nearly 3 million Americans filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week as the economic toll…
New data from the Department of Labor shows 3.2 million Americans filed fresh claims for unemployment last week bringing the pandemic total over 33 million.