On Friday, October 7, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report with preliminary September unemployment and job numbers.
President Joe Biden’s administration laid out ambitious additional goals last month to boost offshore wind power generation, one of the American renewable energy industry’s emerging wide-open frontiers.
The connection between hospital patient outcomes and nurse staffing has been well documented in health care research, and experts believe a workforce which better reflects the population it serves can help reduce health care disparities.
President Joe Biden on Monday landed in Ponce, Puerto Rico to survey the damage from Hurricane Fiona and announce $60 million in funding to help the island prepare for future hurricanes.
A new report on Black students in the community college system found fewer are signing up to attend two-year schools, and the college enrollment downturn has been even sharper in the pandemic.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is forming a Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights, the Biden administration announced on Saturday.
By the end of July, more than 1,700 colleges announced that they would not require SAT and ACT results as part of enrollment for the fall of 2023, a significant increase from the approximately 1,600 that were testing voluntarily during the same time the previous year.
On Sept. 6, the Department of Commerce announced a $50 billion plan focused on boosting U.S.-based manufacturing of semiconductor microchips entitled the CHIPS for America program.
Over the next ten years, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) will bring in just under $740 billion and invest $433 billion of that back into programs laid out in the bill.
Democrats are no longer racing against a countdown to finalize Affordable Care Act subsidies ahead of open enrollment after the historic passing of the Inflation Reduction Act this month.