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Last month, the government’s measure of the cost of shelter saw its largest increase since 2007.
The news follows more signs of China's economy slowing, uncertainty over when the Federal Reserve will raise rates, and falling oil prices.
But they’ll have to work 10-hour days, plus Saturdays and Sundays, to do so.
The secret to a successful career may be good social skills.
Ten years after Katrina, many New Orleans residents struggle to find an affordable place to live even though the city is full of vacant properties.
The Fed is likely to keep the modest increase in mind while deciding whether to raise interest rates next month.
Section 8 is supposed to help people move to areas with less poverty, but it’s worked better in some places than others.
The Service Employees International Union has had unexpected success raising the minimum wage in cities across the country. But how far can they take that success without adding new union members?
The agency wants to reduce emissions by 40 to 45 percent of 2012 levels over the next decade.
The government’s war on (imported) cheese.
Residents of Baldwin, Michigan, pooled together their money to provide scholarships for everyone, and it changed the town profoundly.
The National Labor Relations Board ruling is a victory for the NCAA amid a tide of legal challenges to its business model.
Some are calling the $2.4 billion deal a bailout. Others see it as a move to reach young Millennial mothers.
Over the weekend, the newspaper published a long, brutal piece about what it is like to work at the company.
For many majors, not so much.
Automation poses a threat to millions of workers, but it could create opportunities for a few.
As Social Security turns 80, more seniors are returning to the workforce. Is that bad thing?
Author Eve Turow argues that a generation’s taste for natural ingredients will shape the future of restaurants, grocery stores, and agriculture.
A new study found that they’re not only a top concern for travelers, they’re the number one reason to leave a hotel.