THE WASHINGTON POST
It’s not a ‘labor shortage.’ It’s a great reassessment of work in America.
Millions of jobs probably aren’t coming back, even after the pandemic ends
Months later, more than 1 million Americans are still waiting for unemployment aid
Families on brink of eviction, hunger describe nightmare Christmas as $900 billion relief bill hangs in limbo
The covid-19 recession is the most unequal in modern U.S. history
The latest crisis: Low-income students are dropping out of college this fall in alarming numbers
The recession is over for the rich, but the working class is far from recovered
2020 is the summer of booming home sales — and evictions
The big factor holding back the U.S. economic recovery: Child care
“Everything looks normal, but it doesn’t feel normal. I live downtown with bars and restaurants and nobody is here. We have no idea how long it will be."
Steven Manzo told me March 20, three weeks before he overdosed on opioids and died during the pandemic.
‘Cries for help’: Drug overdoses are soaring
during the coronavirus pandemic
The black-white economic divide is as wide as it was in 1968
Glitches prevent $1,200 stimulus checks from reaching millions of Americans
There’s a growing possibility of a W-shaped economic recovery — and it’s scary
A New York City taxi driver kept working to pay bills. Now he and his family are sick
Railroads are slashing workers, cheered on by Wall Street to stay profitable amid Trump’s trade war
The Trump vs. Obama economy — in 15 charts
‘This doesn’t look like the best economy ever’: 40% of Americans say they still struggle to pay bills
Trump's tariffs, once described as a negotiating tool, may be here to stay
Is this economy too good to be true?
Scott Mezzapeso lost his job when a big factory closed. He has a tattoo of his daughter on his arm and doesn't want to move before she finishes 12th grade.
From $22 an hour to $11: GM job cuts in Ohio show a hot economy is still leaving parts of America behind
“I feel the worst thing you can do to kids is uproot them. I don’t have good options right now.”
Trump vowed to eliminate the debt in 8 years. Instead, he’s on track to leave it at least 50 percent higher
A record 7 million Americans are 3 months behind on their car payments, a red flag for the economy
‘The aristocrats are out of touch’: Davos elites believe the answer to inequality is ‘upskilling’
‘Please, listen to us,’ What it’s like being female at America’s biggest economics conference
Exasperated over the market plunge, Trump asks advisers whether he can fire Fed Chair Jerome Powell
The benefits of this ‘strong economy’ have not reached all Americans
1 million Americans live in RVs. Meet the ‘modern nomads’
Conservative Arkansas could soon have the highest effective minimum wage in the country
We have a serious problem’: Paul Volcker is worried about something worse than inflation
As stocks tumble, the US wonders, is this economy as good as it gets?
U.S., Canada and Mexico just reached a sweeping new trade deal. Here’s what is in it
Las Vegas shooting hero Jonathan Smith struggled to leave his apartment for 6 months. Now he’s studying to be a cop.
Under Trump, the jobs boom has finally reached blue-collar workers. Will it last?
America’s severe trucker shortage could undermine the prosperous economy
The first layoffs from Trump’s tariffs are here
Why the stock market is selling off
The Republican tax bill was the easy part. The next debate could be much uglier.
The final GOP tax bill is complete. Here’s what is in it
How an unequal tax cut grew more unequal
Is $100,000 middle class in America?
Half the jobs in America pay less than $18 an hour. Can Trump help?
The feel-good Hallmark Channel is booming in the age of Trump
"No one deserves to lose a life coming to
a country festival.”
He was shot helping people during the Las Vegas shooting. His heroics helped his photo go viral.
What Trump doesn’t understand about the poor
I love my factory job, but I don’t want my kid to do it
School lunch shaming: Inside America’s hidden debt crisis
NAFTA is ‘killing the American Dream,’ Michigan workers say
Even Trump voters want the minimum wage raised
Trump voters stay loyal: ‘I am not voting for him to be pope’
Hillary Clinton might lose Ohio because she badmouthed coal
The American Dream: Rich are fearful for its survival, but poor still believe
Why I’m suing Chipotle for ‘wage theft’
The battle to save Langston Hughes’ $3 milion home
Meet Sweetgreen – the ‘next Chipotle’
Trump gives America’s ‘poorest white town’ hope
"I've lived in poverty my entire life. So there's really no hope."
What you learn about humanity from living on the streets
Americans love to ask people ‘what do you do’? It’s a habit we should break
Why is the US a decade behind Europe on ‘chip and pin’ cards?
The Brits have it right: forget Happy Holidays, just wish people Merry Christmas
Gov. Corbett is MIA on needed child abuse reforms
Worst part of Pa. congressional redistricting? No public comment period
Marcellus Shale gas industry pays taxes, but not many
Want a big natural gas pipeline in your backyard?
What we can learn from Texas: Shale gas drilling dos and don’ts
Matt Seely, Michigan
"There was a point in time before NAFTA
came in where there was a machine shop like this literally on every corner in the metro Detroit area."
Heather on CNN's
America's Choice 2016 with Poppy Harlow