The U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday signaled its $600 billion bond purchase program will end in June, but it offered a slightly more downbeat assessment of the economy and suggested it is in no rush to raise interest rates. Full story
Ten years ago, recent law school graduates would have never imagined that finding a job would be difficult. But a slow economy and a competitive job market have changed the way people are getting hired. NBC’s Kristen Welker takes a look at a group of unlikely interns in L.A.
Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, talks about fiscal responsibility and the fight to fix the country’s budget.
A solid jobs number met expectations, suggesting that the labor market may have turned a corner, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis discusses positive signs in the labor market. She also shares her view on how to cut federal spending.
Despite a 9% unemployment rate and 15 million Americans out of work, there remains some slack in the job market. CNBC's Bertha Coombs explains why.
People wait in line to enter the City University of New York Big Apple job fair in New York, in this file image from April 23, 2010. New U.S. claims for unemployment benefits fell slightly more than expected last week, offering a ray of hope for the anemic labor market recovery. Initial claims for