The economy is thriving, but many Americans say they aren’t seeing a difference in their paychecks
Although the economy saw new peaks in 2018, not all Americans report reaping the benefits. The majority of workers say they saw no salary increases this year, according to a new survey.
More than 60% of Americans said they didn’t get a pay raise at their... Read more
"There's no way something like this belongs to just one person," Jin Kyu Park said of how he feels about being awarded the scholarship.
A Harvard University senior made history as the first recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA, to be awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
Jin Kyu Park, 22, was awarded the scholarship to... Read more
The party’s first task was to win back the House. But losses in Senate and governor’s races will sting.
Before national progressives fell in love with Rep. Beto O’Rourke and filled his Texas coffers with small-dollar donations, before Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum shockingly won a late August primary in Florida, the Democratic Party had a single goal for the 2018 midterm elections: Win back control of the House... Read more
There has been a fair amount of rhetoric about the job growth and lower unemployment rate seen since President Trump took office. Candidate Trump touted that there would be 25 million jobs created over 10 years if he was elected. In January 2017, I wrote that this was a fairly easy campaign promise when you analyze the data and realize that it... Read more
The Republican leader warned that the wealthy donors are trying to “buy” the midterm election.
House Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) decided to delete a tweet attacking three Jewish Democrats for “buying” the midterm elections two days after liberal billionaire philanthropist George Soros, one of his targets, was sent a pipe bomb.
The tweet — which also named former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg and California businessman... Read more