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Trump Budget Seeks Cuts to Domestic Programs, Medicare, Favors Military and Wall

Trump Budget Seeks Cuts to Domestic Programs, Medicare, Favors Military and Wall

Trump’s budget calls for $571 million in additional funding to hire 2,000 more Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers and agents.

As U.S. Stocks Plummet, Trump Goes Silent on Role in Markets

As U.S. Stocks Plummet, Trump Goes Silent on Role in Markets

Throughout a speech at a factory on Monday, Trump made no mention of stock markets. That departed sharply from past practice.

Trump Spent MLK Day Tweeting Vulgarities From His Florida Golf Course

Taking Credit for Record Low Black Unemployment Rates is Racist

Trump tweet from Sunday morning: “Somebody please inform Jay-Z that because of my policies, Black Unemployment has just been reported to be at the LOWEST RATE EVER RECORDED!"

Few Adults Report Bonuses, Raises from Republican Tax Law

Few Adults Report Bonuses, Raises from Republican Tax Law

Two percent of U.S. adults said they had gotten a raise, bonus or other additional benefits due to the Republican tax law.

More Americans think wealthy, not middle class, will benefit from tax reform: Reuters/Ipsos

More Americans Think Wealthy, Not Middle Class, Will Benefit from Tax Reform: Reuters/Ipsos

Despite an insistence by Republicans that their goal is to help the middle class, only 8 percent of Americans think that demographic will benefit the most.

Why Ending DACA Will Hurt the U.S. Economy

Why Ending DACA Will Hurt the U.S. Economy

The decision could cost the United States about $280 billion, one study found.

Retailers Hit as Immigration Worries Weigh on Hispanic Spending

Retailers Hit as Immigration Worries Weigh on Hispanic Spending

A change in consumer behavior by the country’s second-fastest-growing ethnic group has recently been cited as a cause for worry by already-struggling consumer companies.

Check Your Math, Central Banker Says: Less Immigration Equals Less Growth

Check Your Math, Central Banker Says: Less Immigration Equals Less Growth

Most economic research suggests that immigration has little effect on wages of U.S. workers.

Americans Don’t Trust Trump: Poll

Americans Don’t Trust Trump: Poll

Trust in the president to keep his word has declined in every group the data analyzed. Old white men still on board.

Unemployment Rate for Blacks Increases During Trump Presidency

Unemployment Rate for Blacks Increases During Trump Presidency

Latest jobs report is touted as successful, while number of jobs for Black people has gone down.

Juliana Ernst New Head of Media Relations at BASF

BASF on Circular Economy: How to Close the Loops?

This BASF video explains a "Circular Economy" regarding products and production.

TD Economics: Slow, But Steady Progress

TD Economics: Slow, But Steady Progress

American economy expected to grow by 1.5 percent in 2016, 2.1 percent in 2017, and 1.9 percent in 2018

Hillary Clinton, people with disabilities

Clinton Calls for More Employment for People with Disabilities

"Together we will make our economy and our country more welcoming to people with disabilities because we all win when everyone gets to share in the American dream."

Survey: Latinos in U.S. More Confident in Financial Future than Most Americans

One of the nation's fastest-growing demographics continues to believe in the American Dream.

Tired of Diversity?

Ask the White Guy: Why Do People Get Tired of Diversity?

Are you concerned about "diversity fatigue"? Connect the dots between reputation and talent development, philanthropy and supplier diversity.

What Dr. King Really Meant: The Obligation That Benefits Everyone

Why is the business case for diversity a reality and not just a theory? It is directly due to Dr. King and the civil-rights era, explains DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti.