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President Trump has been in office for more than 300 days now, and there are still hundreds of unfilled jobs in the federal workforce.
President Trump is working on legislation that would create new incentives for companies to keep jobs in the U.S. and punish those that move overseas, he said on Tuesday.
Say this about the nation’s 45th president: he can’t control the skies above.
President Trump's much-awaited speech about his plans for tax reform has fired up the debate about who really wins when taxes are slashed.
President Trump has a simple answer for racial tension in the United States: jobs.
U.S. job growth remained steady in July, though workers are still largely seeing slower wage gains, according to data released Friday by the U.S. Labor Department.
A "very solid" jobs report for June justifies a sense of confidence in the economy, but questions surrounding the Trump administration's policies leave the future less certain, economists say.
The man who parlayed a run on TV's "The Apprentice" into a winning presidential campaign said Tuesday the nation needs a stronger system of apprenticeship to match workers with millions of open jobs.
Carrier, the company President Trump pledged to keep on American soil, informed the state of Indiana this week that it will soon begin cutting 632 workers from an Indianapolis factory.
President Donald Trump took aim again on Sunday at Rexnord Corp (RXN.N) for the industrial supplier's decision to move jobs to Mexico from Indiana.
While President Trump is moving to place those who have served in the military into senior positions in his administration, his potential policies on higher education could do significant harm to veterans who hope to earn their bachelor’s degrees after having served our country.
Veterans health care remains a “high risk” issue threatening the federal budget and quality of care for former service members, auditors say in a forthcoming report.
With confirmation hearings for Donald Trump’s Cabinet set to start this week, the president-elect still has not chosen a leader for the Department of Veterans Affairs, an agency he vowed on the campaign trail to significantly shake up.
President-elect Donald Trump met Tuesday met with candidates for his unfilled Cabinet positions, including prospective hires to run the Department of Veterans Affairs, a beleaguered agency that the Republican businessman has vowed to overhaul.
Exit polls show Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton two to one among veterans, and analysts say they may have delivered the presidency to Trump because of the high percentage of veterans in Wisconsin and Michigan.
President-elect Donald Trump is hiring, and there will be lot of open positions – at least enough to replace the approximately 3,800-plus Barack Obama appointees who will leave their jobs.
“Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard ‘Under Serious Consideration’ for Trump Cabinet,” reports ABC News, saying the member of the Hawaii National Guard might be up for a cabinet post, including possibly at Veterans Affairs.
Another Veterans Day brought another round of lamentations about the Department of Veterans Affairs and promises to fix it.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is facing scrutiny this week after questions emerged over what happened to millions of dollars he allegedly raised for veterans at a fundraiser in January.
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More than four in 10 Republican primary voters say the most important quality in a candidate is strong leadership, which eclipses honesty, empathy, experience or electability. These voters heavily favor Mr. Trump ~ and now white supremacist groups are capitalizing on Trump's ride on the dark side of American politics.
Celebrities Slam Trump Compare to Adolf Hitler to Stop US From Going to War Against One-Third of Planet Earth Causing a Massive Civil War at Home
The 9/11 perps are squealing like stuck pigs - because Donald Trump just "stuck a shiv into them."
The Internal Revenue Service revoked the nonprofit status of the veterans benefit organization that hosted and sold tickets to a foreign policy speech by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump aboard the Battleship Iowa, The Associated Press has learned.