Tennessee has made the list of top states for green jobs, but one organization has concerns about taxpayer funding.
A pro-American manufacturing organization says the United States has lost ground on a mission to create a million new manufacturing jobs.
'Tis the season, and the third edition, for the "Faith Driven Consumer" Christmas guide.
Fast food workers are continuing their calls today for higher pay, while critics keep warning that increased wages would lead to less jobs and hurt consumers.
A transportation expert continues to speak out against concerns that driverless vehicles may kill mechanic jobs.
A nationally known pro-family, pro-traditional values group is focusing attention on yet another business – a major consumer electronics chain – that turns its back on the reason for the Christmas season.
Industry groups and critics are still talking about the EPA's proposal for ethanol in gasoline.
One economist says new data shows the private sector didn't really care that much about the government shutdown.
A pro-natural gas organization maintains that hydraulic fracturing is safe in the wake of anti-fracking votes in Colorado.
The debate over wind energy continues amid a looming deadline for the production tax credit.
An energy policy analyst thinks the head of TVA is correct in blaming environmental regulations for the decision to close coal-powered units in two states.
A senior fellow with the Independent Women's Forum has concerns that new research on vehicle safety systems will take away the responsibility of adults.
The American Family Association has released its annual Naughty or Nice List.
The ethanol debate took an unexpected turn this week after a report that pits The Associated Press on one side and ethanol proponents on the other.
Trying to understand the new healthcare law can be overwhelming but a national organization suggests that Christians don't have to worry about what's happening in Washington.