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Pennsylvania’s New Voting System


Student pantry fills food gap


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5 Fast Facts: US and China Sign Phase One of New Trade Deal


5 Fast Facts: The Laziest Black Friday Ever?


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October job creation comes in at 128,000, easily topping estimates even with GM auto strike


5 Fast Facts: The Turkey-Syria Situation


Under Threat: Michigan’s Cherry Capital of The World


5 Fast Facts: What’s going on with Trump, Biden, and Ukraine?


181 Ceos Are Calling for Companies to Focus on Their Workers More


5G Wireless Bill Could Better Connect Wisconsin


Michigan State Supreme Court to Vote on Funding Private Schools


Who Should Pay for Michigan’s Road Fixes?


Ann Arbor Schools $1 Billion Budget Vote


Pennsylvania Lottery Struggles to Attract Virtual Sports Betting


Michigan’s $3 Million Marketing Campaign to Attract More Workers


Low-Tax States Adding Jobs At Double The Pace Of High-Tax States Since The Tax Cut


Make July 4th Your Financial Independence Day


Mushrooms Contribute $1 Billion to Pennsylvania’s Economy


The Best Local and County Parks to Explore in Wisconsin This Summer


Wisconsin Farmers Are Struggling This Season


Support Your Local Farmers Market in the Cadillac Area


Everything You Need to Know About Michigan’s Fireworks Safety Act


Pennsylvania Police Can Now Use Radar


The Impact Transportation Has on Wisconsin’s Economy


Fed Rates and What They Mean for You


Michigan Farmers Are Searching for Some Much Needed Relief


Michigan Aims to Double its Recycling Rate


It’s Pennsylvania Budget Cram Week


Could iPhone Production Move Out of China?


Wisconsin’s Shop Local Movement


Cybersecurity Careers Are in High Demand in Michigan


Giant Food Stores Will Make it Easier to Buy Products Made in Pennsylvania


Heritage Pennsylvania Celebrates 30th Anniversary


Mexican Police Stop Four Semi-Trailers Carrying 782 Migrants


US trade deficit falls in February as shortfall with China decreases 28%


U.S. Adds 196,000 Jobs in March, a Return to Solid Growth


Local Pay Reports: Pay Growth Rebounds 1.4 Percent in March


Fed’s Clarida says U.S. Economy in a Good Place


11 Mind Blowing Facts about the US Economy


Trump administration supports Mexico, UN plan to deal with caravan of migrants


US, Mexico agree on plan to handle migrant caravan from Central America


Wage growth in Wisconsin outpacing U.S.


Burying ‘One Child’ Limits, China Pushes Women to Have More Babies


Private Businesses Built Modern China. Now the Government Is Pushing Back.


U.S. regains crown as most competitive economy for first time since 2008: WEF


China’s Consumption Downgrade: Skip Avocados, Cocktails and Kids


How Mega Millions changed the odds to create a record-breaking $1.6 billion jackpot


Should You Switch Jobs? Ask Yourself These 3 Questions


Caravan Heads North After Migrants Cross Into Mexico


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US economy accelerates in first quarter of 2019; GDP growth at 3.1%

The US economy grew at an annualised rate of 3.1 per cent in the first quarter of 2019, the government said Thursday in its third and final reading on the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the period.

‘It’s tough to shop locally’: Wisconsin shoppers turn to travel, online as stores and malls close

Ann Daane remembers when the big mall opened on Milwaukee’s north side. She grew up in Oostburg, a village of nearly 3,000 people about 15 miles south of Sheboygan, and when Northridge Mall opened in 1972 her eighth-grade class took a field trip there because it was such a phenomenon at the time.


Mexico first to ratify USMCA trade deal, Trump presses U.S….

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico on Wednesday became the first country to ratify the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) agreed late last year to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) at the behest of U.S. President Donald Trump.

Trump’s Trade War Is Pushing China Even Deeper Into Debt

China state television has branded the U.S.-China trade war “no big deal” for the country. The IMF disagrees, opining that it may cost China 1.6 perc…


Stanley Black & Decker is Reshoring More Production of Craftsman Tools

Made in America is good for business. Here at the Alliance for American Manufacturing, we get asked a lot about where to find specific American-made products – and there’s nothing people seem to ask more about than tools. Well, we’ve got good news.

US economy grows by 3.2% in the first quarter, topping expectations

The U.S. economy grew at a faster pace than expected in the first quarter and posted its best growth to start a year in four years. First-quarter gross domestic product expanded by 3.2%, the Bureau of Economic Analysis said Friday in its initial read of the economy for that period.


Is Everything Awesome In The Economy?

subscribe to Planet Money podcast In the first few months of the year, the data we got about the economy was a little worrying. As a whole, it made some economists – and some of us – feel a little pessimistic about our economic future.

U.S. retail sales, labor market data paint upbeat economic picture

U.S. retail sales increased by the most in 1-1/2 years in March as households boosted purchases of motor vehicles and a range of other goods, the latest indication that economic growth picked up in the first quarter after a false start.


Hundreds in migrant caravan leave Honduras, beginning journey to U.S. southern border

CLOSE SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras – Hundreds of Honduran migrants, many carrying young children, set out in a caravan for that country’s border with Guatemala on Wednesday, hoping to reach the United States. Some of those who gathered at the San Pedro Sula bus station said they can’t support their families with what they can earn in Honduras and are seeking better opportunities.

Pittsburgh-Area Jobs: Communications A Growing Field

PITTSBURGH, PA – Looking for a job in a growing field with an above-average salary? Consider applying for a communications position. Communication jobs are projected to grow 6 percent nationally by 2026, according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. That will result in about 43,200 new jobs.


 

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