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    The Republican Party leads Democrats by double digits on the economy, national security, and jobs creation, a Wednesday Politico/Morning Consult poll revealed. While historic polling on Monday showed voters have swung away from Democrats by 14 points, congressional Republicans also have double-digit approval marks on key topics that galvanize voters. Republicans lead Democrats in the following...
    More than two-thirds of voters questioned in a new survey said the U.S. is on the wrong track one year after President BidenJoe BidenMadame Tussauds unveils new Biden and Harris figures US raises concerns about Russian troop movements to Belarus Putin tests a model for invading Ukraine, outwitting Biden's diplomats MORE was sworn in, According to the Morning...
                 Wisconsin Republican legislators introduced the Stronger Workforce Initiative to fight the growing labor shortage occurring in the state. According to a joint press release from the Wisconsin Senate Republicans and Wisconsin Assembly Republicans, the initiative would be a “multipronged approach to address the employment crisis facing small businesses throughout Wisconsin.” The Wednesday joint...
    BANGKOK (AP) — More than a half million people in Afghanistan have lost their jobs since the Taliban takeover in mid-August, the International Labor Organization said in a report released Wednesday. The ILO said the crisis has paralyzed the economy and slammed the labor market. The situation is especially devastating for women and for people...
    YONKERS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A new film studio has opened in Yonkers, and the company in charge of the project says it’ll be the largest of its kind in the entire Northeast. CBS2’s Nick Caloway got an inside look at Lionsgate Studios Yonkers. READ MORE: Rescue Mission On Long Island Suffers Devastating Setback After Pipes...
    The U.S. economy gained or regained just 199,000 jobs in December, down from 249,000 in November, according to the Department of Labor, marking the smallest monthly jobs gain in a year. The slowdown in hiring includes the otherwise high-paying, red-hot information technology industry. More Business News Alexandria, Virginia-based trade group TechServe Alliance reports...
    In this article PTONJohn Foley, co-founder and chief executive officer of Peloton Interactive Inc., stands for a photograph during the company's initial public offering (IPO) in front of the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019.Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesPeloton is working with the management consulting group McKinsey & Co. to...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Don’t delete your Zoom app anytime soon.  More and more people say their employer plans to let them work from home part of the week, even after the pandemic. Morning Insider Tim McNicholas even found a major insurance company hiring remote workers in our area. READ MORE: Cook County Opening 3 Mass...
    Martin Luther King, Jr.’s wife, Coretta Scott King, once declared that barring illegal aliens from taking jobs in the United States is necessary to “stopping … the undercutting of American jobs and living standards.” In 1991, as a group of Republican and Democrat Senators sought to eliminate fines for U.S. employers who knowingly hire illegal...
    LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — The Chicago Bears interviewed Indianapolis executive Ed Dodds for their general manager job and Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus for their head coaching position on Monday. Dodds has 19 years of experience in the NFL. He has spent the past five in Indianapolis’ front office, including four as assistant GM...
    Getty New England Patriots insider linebackers coach Jerod Mayo. The Las Vegas Raiders are coming off just their second playoff berth in 19 years. Interim head coach Rich Bisaccia did an admirable job but the team must do a coaching search to satisfy the NFL’s Rooney Rule. It’s up in the air if...
    Economists were scratching their heads as the government reported the December jobs numbers. As a reminder, the report is a compilation of two surveys: The “establishment” or payroll survey asks employers how many jobs were filled during the month, how much these firms had to pay Jill Schlesinger  workers and how many hours were worked....
    Millions of Brits want to give up their day jobs to become online stars, according to research. A study of 2,000 adults found 29 per cent would give up their current career if they were able to become a successful full-time creator. 2Some love sharing their hobbies or interests onlineCredit: Getty Of those polled, seven...
    andresr | E+ | Getty Images LONDON — The United Nations' International Labour Organization has warned that job market recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic looks set to slow in 2022. In its 2022 World Employment and Social Outlook trends report, published Monday, the ILO forecast that the number of hours worked globally in 2022 would...
    It’s not often someone gets to experience two chances of a lifetime. For Joel Johnson, opportunity came knocking a mere two months apart. In April, he was promoted to become the U.S. women’s national hockey team coach following Bob Corkum’s abrupt resignation over COVID-19 protocols at the world championships. In June, Johnson was hired by...
                 The popular restaurant chain, Texas Roadhouse, is opening a new location in Powell, Tennessee this year and will employ 230 workers. The chain is best known for its steaks, ribs, and fresh-baked rolls with garlic butter. The new location in north-west Knoxville is being built at 7559 Conner Road in Powell and will...
    A Now Hiring sign hangs in front of a Winn-Dixie grocery store on Dec. 3, 2021, in Miami. The Labor Department announced that payrolls increased by just 210,000 for November, which is below what economists expected, though the unemployment rate fell to 4.2% from 4.6%. by Ray Levy Uyeda This article was originally published...
    Twenty foreign investment projects in France, ில்லியன் 4 billion: This is the highlight of the new edition of Choose France. The rain of foreign investment skillfully planned by Elysee: This is the arrival of the “Choose France” summit this Monday. The event, which brings together large foreign executives at Versailles Palace once a year from...
    Democrats are not touting their policy wins enough, according to James Carville. Speaking with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press Sunday, the longtime Democratic strategist argued that Democrats need to “gloat” about their achievements. “It’s a tough moment for this presidency,” Todd told Carville, of the first year of President Joe Biden’s term. “I...
              by Harry Wilmerding   The number of Americans who filed for new unemployment claims increased to 230,000 in the week ending Jan. 8 as rising COVID-19 cases continue to put pressure on employers. The Labor Department figure shows a 23,000 claim increase compared to the week ending Jan. 1, when jobless claims increased to 207,000. Economists surveyed by The...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The United States Department of Transportation on Friday launched a historic bridge replacement and rehabilitation program. As part of the president’s infrastructure law, it’s sending more than $26 billion to the states to fix thousands of bridges and much of it focuses on smaller, often overlooked bridges overdue for repair. READ...
    WASHINGTON D.C (CBS SF) — California will soon receive $849.4 million in federal funds to repair and improve 1,536 bridges across the state thanks to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Rep. Mike Thompson, D-St. Helena, announced Friday. Over the next five years, California will receive $4.2 billion of the $110 billion the Biden Administration...
    Inflation is not being driven by United States tariffs on steel, aluminum, and other foreign imports, the United Steelworkers (USW) urge lawmakers. As inflation surges throughout the nation, USW leaders are warning free trade lawmakers — recently blaming tariffs for rising costs — that they will be held accountable come election time. “Public comments and...
    Former President Donald Trump opposed wind power because wind turbines 'kill' birds — but climate change kills many more. The Biden administration on Wednesday announced plans to make a major sale of wind leases off the coasts of New York and New Jersey, which it has...
    To apply for a position at ABC7 please click on the applicable link below. Scroll to the bottom for information about internships.Or send resume to:ABC7 Los AngelesHuman Resources500 Circle Seven DriveGlendale, CA 91201ABC7 Job Line: (818) 863-7JOB (818-863-7562)KABC-TV is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to provide information about our job opportunities to as many...
    New York (CNN Business)Jasmine Moorman is having a difficult week. The single mother of five is trying to sort out a logistical mess. She has to take her three oldest children to and from school because their bus driver is out, making her late to her job administering Covid-19 tests.Her sons stay late at an...
    The internet and the digital revolution have made it possible for millions of people to work from home, which has become even more appealing during the COVID-19 pandemic. But workers who need to be physically present in brick-and-mortar businesses don’t have that option, and the highly infectious Omicron variant is only making their jobs more...
    What’s the justification for punishing a criminal? The four classic justifications are incapacitation, deterrence, rehabilitation, and retribution.  First, the idea behind incapacitation is to take a dangerous criminal off the street.  If the criminal is in jail, that criminal won’t be a danger to society. Deterrence is also forward-looking: by creating steep punishments for crimes,...
    The Dyrt co-founders Kevin Long and Sarah Smith work out of their camper van while traveling around the country.The Dyrt Sarah Smith and Kevin Long have taken remote work to a new level. Their office is a camper van. The location varies. The married couple, co-founders of camping app The Dyrt, ditched their Portland, Oregon,...
    Mike Rowe is ready to get his hands dirty again. The Emmy Award-winning TV host is back with a new season of the fan-favorite show "Dirty Jobs." The Discovery series, which originally aired in 2005, highlighted professions that appeared strange, messy and even dangerous but were completed by everyday Americans. Rowe would take on a...
                 Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) secured the passage of his first piece of legislation in the U.S. Senate, since he was sworn in approximately one year ago. The bipartisan bill, which was passed unanimously by the Senate, was cosponsored by Senators Angus King (I-ME) and Rob Portman (R-OH). The legislation will amend current law...
    Hours after Brett Kavanaugh joined the Supreme Court’s five other conservative judges and struck down Joe Biden employer vaccine mandate, Tucker Carlson blasted him as a “cringing little liberal” because he and Chief Justice John Roberts upheld a mandate for medical workers. The moment came after Carlson’s guest, Harmeet Dhillon, CEO of the Center for...
    Rep. Susan Wild has continuously claimed there was “a lot of economic progress” in 2021, and the economic crisis is being “greatly exaggerated” despite rising prices, rising inflation, and hiring slowing down across the county. In a recent op-ed with The Morning Call, Wild (D-CA) said that there was “a lot of economic progress in the last year,” saying America...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Dave McCormick, a businessman who recently moved to Pittsburgh from Connecticut, announced on Thursday his candidacy for the seat of retiring U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey. In an interview seen only on KDKA, political editor Jon Delano asked McCormick about his Pennsylvania roots, which some of his opponents have questioned. “I am announcing...
    FOXBORO (CBS) — Nearly a third of the NFL is already looking for a new head coach. But New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels isn’t going to throw his visor into the mix just yet. Not until the Patriots’ season comes to an end. READ MORE: Kyle Dugger Among 13 Patriots Listed As Questionable For...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week to the highest level since mid-November. U.S. jobless claims climbed by 23,000 last week to 230,000, still low by historic standards. The four-week moving average, which smooths out week-to-week blips, was up nearly 6,300 to almost 211,00. The weekly applications, a...
    ROME — The Vatican threatened its unvaccinated workers Wednesday while Pope Francis prayed for all those who have lost their jobs during the pandemic. The governor of Vatican City State has decreed that employees must possess a “super green pass” attesting to vaccination against the coronavirus or proof of having recovered from the disease if...
    (CBS Detroit) — A new survey of medical providers of car crash survivors found the recent car insurance reimbursement cut on July 1 has led to numerous job losses and medical discharges. The survey from the Brain Injury Association of Michigan shows the 2019 reimbursement cut led to 3,000 losses and 1,500 medical discharges. READ...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There was historic news in the sports world earlier this week. The Yankees have named the first female minor league manager in MLB history. Rachel Balkovec is the new skipper of the club’s Single A affiliate in Tampa. As CBS2’s Steve Overmyer reported Wednesday, she has had to pave her own...
    Emmy-award-winning TV host Mike Rowe sat down with Tucker Carlson in a two-part Fox Nation interview to discuss how his show "Dirty Jobs" became a hit with America, revealing why the celebrated series is airing another season.  ‘DIRTY JOBS’ HOST MIKE ROWE RECALLS ‘DEVASTATING’ EXCHANGE THAT INSPIRED THE HIT SHOW  "Why is ‘Dirty Jobs’ back...
    U.S. President Joe Biden gives remarks in the Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol during a ceremony on the first anniversary of the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of former President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., U.S., January 6, 2022.Drew Angerer | Reuters To say that the Labor Department's regular...
    President Joe Biden claimed that Wednesday's Bureau of Labor Statistics report, which logged the highest year-over-year price increases in four decades, "shows a meaningful reduction in headline inflation over" the previous month. The latest Consumer Price Index report saw inflation jump to 7% over 12 months and comes on two consecutive jobs reports that fell...
    House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy told Breitbart News that Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration enjoys high gas prices because the Democrats are using that crisis to try to force Americans to accept their radical Green New Deal agenda. “If you listen to the White House, they say having a high price of gasoline is good,...
    By Alex Tanzi | Bloomberg The surge in U.S. retirements during the COVID-19 pandemic was led by older White women without a college education, according to research by the St. Louis Federal Reserve. The so-called Great Retirement trend that saw workers leave the labor market — whether forced or by choice — was driven by...
    Amazon, a global giant, has rapidly begun operations at the ALTA Industrial Estate in Coteau-du-Lac. The technology used at Amazon’s Coteau-du-Lac sorting center is the company’s most advanced in Canada. (Photo: Denise Bourbonis – Regional Voice) Within 9 months of announcing the establishment of the state-of-the-art sorting center, the US e-commerce company officially opened the...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday announced proposals for a major tax cut and for extending pandemic-era economic initiatives that he says would bring $4.6 billion in relief for Marylanders and businesses. Hogan announced his intention to use Maryland’s $2.5 billion budget surplus for direct tax relief for working and retired Marylanders in October....
    Colin Anderson Productions pty ltd | DigitalVision | Getty Images Health care still reigns supreme when it comes to the best jobs in the U.S., but a technology job snagged the top spot in the U.S. News & World Report annual rankings. Information security analysts came in No. 1, thanks to a strong 10-year outlook,...
    This is a rush transcript from "Special Report," January 7, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It's 199,000, another big miss here.MARTY WALSH, LABOR SECRETARY: Unemployment rate is down to 3.9 percent. It's the lowest since the beginning of the pandemic. The American...
    JPMorgan Chase CEO Jaime Dimon has said that he expects the best economic growth in decades this year, dismissing concerns about high inflation and labor shortages as overblown. 'I think that the table is set for a very strong economy,' Dimon told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo in an interview that aired on Tuesday. 'That...
    MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle doubts that President Joe Biden will accomplish very much in his upcoming speech about voting rights. Biden is expected to use the speech in Georgia to rally support for voting rights legislation that have stalled in Congress, plus he will recommend changing the Senate’s filibuster rules. Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams...