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ANALYSIS: What's behind the 33,000 jobs the US lost in September
In September, the U.S. economy lost 33,000 jobs –- the first month of job declines since September 2010, according to a report released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics -- but overall, unemployment fell and wages went up. Here's why. Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria took a great toll on
US adds fewer jobs than expected in August
U.S. job growth slowed in the month of August, according to a report from the Bureau of Labor. Here’s the rundown of the August report released this morning at 8:30 a.m. ET. By the numbers This was a weaker than expected report. In August, the U.S. economy added 156,000 jobs, fewer than economist
What April's Jobs Report Means for College Grads
Hiring in the U.S. slowed last month as employers added significantly fewer jobs than expected in April, but college grads are still about to enter the best job market in a decade. Employers added only 160,000 jobs in April, lower than the 200,000 many economists had predicted. The unemployment
Manager Stops Man With Gun From Robbing North Carolina Bank, Police Say
A manager at a North Carolina bank foiled an attempted armed robbery today by holding a door shut while a suspect banged on it with a gun, according to police and surveillance video obtained by ABC News. The manager at a PNC Bank in Zebulon, North Carolina "observed the suspect coming towards the
Bank Manager Shuts the Door on Attempted Robbery
The manager of a PNC Bank in North Carolina prevented a masked and armed suspect from entering the bank.
Greece's Banks Reopen, But Cash Limit Still Drag on Economy
After a three-week shutdown, Greek banks reopened today, but people still aren't free to withdraw as much as they want or spend money freely. For the past several weeks, Greeks have only been able to use online banking or ATMs. Today, the physical bank branches opened so customers can walk in to
How the Upbeat Jobs Report May Not Fatten Your Wallet
While economists say today's jobs report is a sign of a stronger labor market , many Americans are squinting in search of the evidence in their paychecks. Wage growth has remained "stubbornly low" since the recession , chief economist Lindsey Piegza of Sterne Agee says. The U.S. economy added
These Are the Ways Today's Jobs Report Will Affect You
Whether or not you believe the labor market is improving, the folks at the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C. are paying keen attention to make decisions that will affect your wallet. Depending on the strength of the jobs market and economy, our nation's central bank makes decisions that affect
New Leads in Philadelphia Abduction
Does surge in Philadelphia for this young woman Carl Lisa Freeman Gaither seen on this chilling surveillance video. Adapted Sunday night and a dark street. Grabbed and pulled into a car by a man in a dark. Jacket and hoodie and this new surveillance video just released by the FBI that they say is
'American Idol' Singer Phillip Phillips Responds to Prom Invite on 'GMA'
Carly Meyers is a big Phillip Phillips fan, so much so that she covered one of his hits to invite him to her high school prom. In her YouTube invite, posted April 6, a guitar-playing Meyers cleverly plays on the “American Idol” singer’s hit, “Gone,...