The U.S. economy added 80,000 jobs in October and unemployment fell, barely, to 9 percent, according to the Labor Department's monthly jobs report.
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The Labor Department's September jobs report is slightly better than expected
The Atlantic Cities's Richard Florida on how the creative class is faring in the downturn
Was the dream of a burgeoning economy of information exchange just a pipe dream?
It'll contain more tax cuts, a plan to tackle the debt and infrastructure ideas
Only 18,000 jobs were added in June despite expectations of 125,000
GDP grew at a 1.9 percent rate in the first three months of 2011
Unemployment benefit claims by the jobless rose by 9,000 last week
Meanwhile, disapproval over Obama's handling of the economy reaches new highs
The credit rating agency is worried the U.S. won't rein in the budget deficit
Wages are being pushed down further as people take pay cuts to go to new jobs
Following an increase in interest rates, econobloggers question the Fed's policy
First the left objected--now it's the right that's balking at the deal
House fails to pass extension of unemployment benefits just before the holidays
Just send old people on an "all-expense paid, one-way ticket to oblivion"
There are only so many good options when you're writing about corn subsidies
"My mother told me to send thank-you notes promptly. I've been remiss," Buffett says.
Enough with "the uncertainty meme"
Debating Peter Orszag's solution for the budget
Kudlow and Stockman, two former Reagan staffers, square off over renewing the Bush tax cuts
And other highlights from Fox News Sunday
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