Business owners—restaurant owners in particular—are lining up to tell reporters how those darn lazy workers would rather stay home and collect unemployment than go back to work.
Oliver looked at how the job loss caused by the coronavirus pandemic exposed many of the flaws that had been in the system for years.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn crowed to her pals on Fox & Friends about how delighted she was to have cut direct economic benefits to her constituents from the COVID relief package.
King of the Big Lie Jason Chaffetz earns his Fox paycheck for another week.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal explains why Republicans need to step up with unemployment supplements.
The millions who lost their jobs thanks to the pandemic have been eligible to up to an extra $600 a week above what state unemployment insurance would pay. Looks like they'll have to kiss that goodbye!
The all-time record for new jobless claims in a single week was set in 1982, with 695,000 new claims. Last week, as coronavirus shuttered many U.S. businesses, 3.28 million people filed for unemployment insurance.
The day after Senate Republicans blocked an emergency paid sick leave bill, House Democrats unveiled their Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and offered Trump and Republicans a lesson in what a coronavirus economic response should look like.
Not a good week for Walker's War on Workers
A group of eleven social and health service organizations told a U.S. appeals court that drug tests shouldn’t matter to the government.
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