The unemployment rate ticked upward to 6.2 percent of the labor force, up from 6.1 percent the month before, according to the Labor Department. Sometimes unemployment can rise even as more people get jobs
The International Monetary Fund says the US's economy will grow at its weakest pace since the Great Recession ended. The lag in growth stems from temporary factors like harsh weather conditions, the IMF says, but it sees US economic growth to be stronger for the rest of 2014.
Economists downgrade their forecast for US growth in 2014 from 2.5 percent to 1.6 percent. A tepid economy usually hurts the president's party in an election year. Can competing data help Democrats dodge the blow?
Urban agriculture has been popping in metropolitan areas and cities across the world. But what does urban agriculture actually entail? Here are six key terms about urban agriculture that you should know.