Harrisburg, Pa. --Pennsylvania's new unemployment compensation program as seen nearly 225,000 people submit claims since it opened Tuesday.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden met with other world leaders at the Global G7 Summit Friday, but one new tax policy proposal is rallying advocates in opposition.
(The Center Square) – A federal judge has ruled against a small business advocacy organization in its lawsuit against Major League Baseball, keeping the league's All-Star Game in Denver.
(The Center Square) – Gov. Greg Abbott held a border summit Thursday night at a Civic Center in the Del Rio, Texas, a border town roughly 152 miles west of San Antonio.
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(The Center Square) – The surge in illegal immigration at the southern border continues to worsen, May numbers show, as the Biden administration takes more criticism for its handling of the issue.
(The Center Square) - After the cancellation of the Keystone XL Pipeline struck a blow to the oil industry, energy jobs activists are pushing back by warning of increased costs and touting the benefits of transporting oil via pipeline.
(The Center Square) – The latest federal report suggests more troubles for the U.S. economy, even as experts hoped for a post-COVID economic surge.
(The Center Square) – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is opposing a new rule that would require federal registration of firearms with attached “stabilizing braces,” arguing it is unconstitutional.
In 2009, during one fateful cast at her and husband’s favorite fishing spot, a prized anniversary ring slipped off Christina Handsaker’s right ring finger. She was gutted.
(The Center Square) – The collapse of negotiations between the White House and Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.V., on an infrastructure deal raised concerns that President Joe Biden’s proposed tax increases could regain footing, but lawmakers Wednesday indicated that likely wouldn’t be the case.
(The Center Square) – The U.S. House will consider a wide-ranging bill aimed at accelerating American technological innovation in an effort to keep pace with China, but critics have raised concerns about how to pay for it.
(The Center Square) – Total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 559,000 in the U.S. in May, short of 650,000 predicted by economists, according to data from the U.S. Department of Labor.
(The Center Square) – An Ohio teacher who said she was required to join the teachers union will not be able to plead her case in the front of the U.S. Supreme Court.