Tucker Carlson did not criticize the president over the order, but instead took aim at people in the White House "orbit."
New jobless claim numbers show around 16.7 million Americans have applied for unemployment benefits over the last three weeks.
The former chair of the Federal Reserve made the suggestion during a conference call with House Democrats on how the coronavirus pandemic is hurting the economy.
Jobless claims hit record levels for the second time in as many weeks as the coronavirus pandemic continued to rattle the economy.
"In addition to federal action, lawmakers at the state and local level must do everything they can to ensure that these workers and their families do not suffer economically during this time," the EPI researchers noted.
The state recorded more than 21,000 initial claims on Monday, almost 20,000 more than the same day last year.
Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted told reporters that a spike in unemployment had caused an issue with a website for jobless claims.
The U.S. economy is on the cusp of a deep recession as millions of workers are laid off because of the coronavirus crisis.
In Virginia, one struggling restaurant owner faces losing his business because of the coronavirus pandemic, but he is doing what he can to help the staff he had to lay off.
An economist at the investment bank said consumer spending on several goods and services had dropped dramatically.
Amazon is hiring 100,000 new employees and there are new vacancies at grocery stores across the U.S.
The coronavirus pandemic is triggering job losses and 1 million people could be laid off in April alone, a former White House economist warned.
Shadow Inc., the Hillary Clinton-tied digital firm responsible for the failing Iowa Democratic caucus mobile app is under national scrutiny -- but they are also hiring.
The former CEO of AT&T Broadband penned an Iowa newspaper column arguing that corporations have been able to celebrate but President Donald Trump's economic policies are "destroying" rural America.
Many drivers were left stranded on their routes, and they worried about the loss of their jobs so close to Christmas.
Wakefit, an Indian start-up that describes itself as a "sleep solutions company," is hiring a number of sleep interns to test out their products.
Job growth under President Donald Trump has been weaker than expected and he has created 1.5 million fewer jobs than his predecessor Barack Obama, Department of Labor figures show.
Nearly two-thirds of U.S. voters said they are not better off financially since Donald Trump took office, a new poll of likely voters finds.
"Job growth remains on its slowing trend even as labor markets continue to get tighter. While wages dropped slightly, finding qualified workers is likely to get more difficult," Gad Levanon wrote.
A hack group known as Tortoiseshell has set up a military heroes hiring website encouraging users to download a malicious app.
"President Trump's erratic behavior and reckless economic policies are causing uncertainty and angst for the American worker. Wage growth is flat. Manufacturing is in decline. And job growth continues to slow," wrote Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez.
The successful candidate will have the Cambridge's hectic diary at their fingertips.
The congresswoman criticized the first daughter for appearing at the G20 summit in Osaka last week.
It's been 10 years since the crash. Hope you've enjoyed the expansion—because it's probably going to end soon.
This year's college graduating class, raised by brooding cynics and witnesses to the economic collapse of 2008, are clear-eyed pragmatists.
The Royal Household wants a communications officer, a building surveyor and a personal assistant.
Proponents say a cost of living increase is long overdue, and that it would combat corruption, allow for better legislative staffers and for them to be paid more.