The president gave us a sweeping, smart policy agenda that accomplished important goals
Obama jobs plan would help employed Americans as well as the unemployed. Tax cuts under the Obama jobs plan could put an extra $300 or more in workers' pockets next year.
The average 16-year-old worked 40 percent fewer hours in 2010 than 2007. But for workers older than 62, hours have increased.
A payroll tax reduction is just what the economy needs
Agreement between the state's legislative leaders and Amazon would delay internet tax collection until Sept. 2012
The president's passion and words were admirable, but he failed on substance and strategy
Obama's speech to Congress last night was impressive, but will the Obama speech outshine the actual plan?
Key factors determine whether your garage sale will be a financial windfall or a wasted afternoon
Three ways to commit "pay as you go" rules on the Bush tax cuts
President Obama's jobs programs may put people to work. But stimulus has been expensive and hasn't jump-started the economy.
Continued unemployment claims dropped three percent this week, but initial unemployment claims are up by 2,000
Will an estimated $300 billion in spending fix the economy?