The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will suspend all operations in the event of a federal government shutdown next week, according to a contingency plan posted on Labor Department’s website today.
Texas, the second most-populous U.S. state, said it added 64,100 jobs in April, the most in about four years.
Following is the text of the June consumer prices from the Labor Department.
New York is relying less and less on Wall Street.
Following is the text of the March employment report from the Labor Department.