Wal-Mart continues to tout its new "Made in the USA" marketing campaign but not everyone is buying.
Americans support American-made goods, but they differ on the forces behind American manufacturing.
By this time next month, November 15, some Americans will be getting ready for another round of open enrollment in ObamaCare. There are other things to watch for in the new year.
According to a policy analyst in labor economics, a delay in minimum wage and overtime rules for home care workers still spells trouble.
Raising the minimum wage does and does not have an impact on employment.
United Auto Workers is celebrating the start of a local union at a Mercedes plant in Tuscaloosa County Alabama, but not everyone is sold on the idea.
While Gallup says a new poll indicates what it sees as a positive sign about the Affordable Care Act, a health policy expert with the Independent Women's Forum is concerned by another not-so-positive finding in that same poll.
A health policy expert thinks Wal-Mart is responding to ObamaCare in the same way as other businesses, by cutting health benefits for some employees.
Though a new report touts the wide-reaching benefits of minimum wage increases, not every group sees those benefits.
Wal-Mart's recent announcement that it will offer checking accounts continues to draw reaction from both ends of the spectrum.
California became the first state in the country this week to enact a statewide ban on plastic bags. But not everyone is sold on the effort.
A commentator thinks Coke, Pepsi and Dr. Pepper are making a smart business move by pledging to reduce the calorie count in their beverages.
The EPA may have given more time for a public comment period over regulations involving power plants, but one policy analyst doesn't think the agency is going to change its ways.
A new study says health plans on the individual market in 2013 were of higher quality than those now on ObamaCare exchanges.
While there is no need for such action yet, many companies are reportedly preparing for taxes on carbon pollution.
The insurance company with the lowest rates and the most customers in Minnesota's health exchange has announced it is pulling out of the government healthcare plan and will not return next year.