By Sara Murray and Phil Izzo
More than one in three of the unemployed workers in several of the largest U.S. states have been out of a job for more than a full year.
Across the country, long periods of unemployment have been more prevalent recently than during previous recoveries going back to the 1940s.
By Scott Nishimura
Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston continue to lead the nation's largest metro areas in new jobs and the rate of job growth compared with a year earlier, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Tuesday.
By: Jessamy Brown
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS -- Lt. Gen. Patrick O'Reilly returned to his high school and gave a speech good enough to earn a gold star from his former teacher -- adding to the three already on his lapel.
By: Herb Keinon
Meeting with Kay Granger comes week before Netanyahu goes to Europe to lobby against PA move to pursue unilateral statehood at UN.
By: Hilary Leila Krieger
Kay Granger says Israel is special when it comes to US financial support as the country is America's strongest ally in the region.
Authored by the House Republican Conference
House Republicans want to keep the government open and cut spending. While we don’t know if Senator Reid will shut down the government, it would be irresponsible not to prepare for that possibility.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers today offered legislation on the floor of the House to prevent a government shutdown by extending federal funding for one additional week.
Mexican President Felipe Calderón received a bi-party delegation of US legislators led by Representative Kay Granger, President of the Sub-Committee of Foreign Operations in the House of Representatives’ Committee on Appropriations.