At least 235,000 people are employed by the marijuana industry, according to a new report.
A president can't play whack-a-mole with every company looking for a better deal.
Responses to a recent Gallup Poll are almost the exact opposite of the responses in 2005.
For most Americans going to work actually isn't so bad.
The proposal would bring better education options to over 600,000 children of military families.
Founded by former McAfee chief technology officer Scott Chasin, ProtectWise aims to put a new face to cybersecurity that will be more intuitive for a generation that grew up with video games and virtual reality.
Stops in Ohio and Kentucky are planned as Trump aims to energize his supporters and distract from the political intrigue in Washington.
Senator Patrick Leahy says President Donald Trump should not "return to a failed 55-year-old policy of sanctions and ultimatums against tiny Cuba."
Why do voters oppose a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants?
The burdensome bureaucracy involved in legal migration encourages illegal immigration.
The idea that 20 guys could control 1 percent of America's wealth should alarm our leaders.
Budget director Mick Mulvaney describes a tactical approach that includes restrictions targeting certain departments rather than an across-the-board freeze.
Prime minister's budget plan would allow those receiving unemployment benefits to return to school to learn new skills while retaining their benefits.
Even if the president is able to promote the expansion of manufacturing jobs, they're not necessarily coming to the Rust Belt towns that used to rely on them.
The rule, Statistical Policy Directive Number 3, is meant to "preserve the distinction between the policy-neutral release of data by statistical agencies and their interpretation by policy officials."
Caterpillar Inc., United Technologies Corp., Dana Inc., 3M Co., Timken Co. and General Electric Co., are offshoring work to Mexico, China, India and other countries.
The latest controversy over the coffee giant's pledge to hire refugees is unlikely to hurt the chain's finances, if history is any guide.