During Government Shutdown, Many Federal Workers Can't Afford To Miss A Paycheck
Saturday, 19 January 2019 () The federal government's failure to pay its workers during the shutdown has caused hardship for many. Economist Joseph Stiglitz tells NPR's Melissa Block why so many have no savings to fall back on.
It's been 31 days since the government was first partially shutdown and many federal employees are turning to food banks in order to feed themselves and their families. According to CNN, Jon Bon Jovi is the latest celebrity to help out government workers who haven't been paid during the government...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump expressed displeasure on Tuesday with a deal by congressional negotiators on border security spending that offered no funds for his promised U.S.-Mexican..
At a cabinet meeting Tuesday, President Trump told reporters "we don't want to see a shutdown" but that if a partial federal government shutdown were to happen, it would be "totally on the Democrats."..
According to Reuters, lawmakers’ talks on border security issues to avert another U.S. government shutdown have broken down over immigration detention policies. Republican Senator Richard Shelby told..
Hard as it is to believe, airline travel recently became even more unpleasant. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees being required to work... Eurasia Review Also reported by •bizjournals