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U.S. employment costs climbed less than forecast in the fourth quarter, reflecting steady wage growth and the smallest advance in benefits in more than a year. more
The University of Rhode Island’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute has received a $1 million gift from The Bernard Osher Foundation. more
The picture on income inequality in America just got a little bleaker, by yet another measure. more
Merger discussions between The Kent Center in Warwick and Riverwood Mental Health Services in Warren have begun and are expected to be completed by March 31, according to an announcement made by the organizations Tuesday. more
President Donald Trump spent his first week making good on even his most controversial campaign promises when it comes to immigration, leaving business leaders questioning what comes next and what it could mean for the U.S. economy. more
Filings for U.S. unemployment benefits fell for a third week in the last four, showing a resilient labor market. more
Economics became a spectator sport in the "Freakonomics" era, and these days all eyes are on Massachusetts, a state that increased its minimum wage and still achieved one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. What's its secret? more
The U.S. population keeps shifting to the West and South: as of July 1, 61.6 percent of Americans lived in those two regions, the Census Bureau reported this week. more
For a glimpse at how Donald Trump’s “America first” approach to immigrants may affect the meat industry in the United States - the world’s largest beef producer - look no further than across the northern border to Canada. more
She cried when she heard she’d soon be eligible for overtime. They weren’t tears of joy. more
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