After a month of shutdown, US federal workers turn to food banks
Wednesday, 23 January 2019 () NEW YORK - Most never needed help from a food pantry. But a month since the US government shutdown began, dozens of federal employees have been lining up in Brooklyn for basics.
According to Reuters, U.S. services sector activity slowed to a six-month low in January as businesses worried about the impact of a partial shutdown of the federal government on the economy. Despite..
US Jobs Reports Reveal 304,000 Jobs Added in January Analysts expected less that 200,000 jobs to be added. Despite the recent 35-day government shutdown, job growth increased for the 100th consecutive..