Populations of small towns across the country are shifting as jobs increase in nearby cities and tourism dwindles in some small towns.
The United States economy produced 209,000 jobs in July, blowing past the 183,000 predicted by Wall Street experts.
Elizabeth MacDonald said on "Risk & Reward" that the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 20 percent since Election Day.
The Dow rose over 60 points on Monday, finishing at the record number of 21,891.12.
St. Louis, Missouri lowered its minimum wage from $10 to $7.70, the minimum for the rest of the state.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren made her message to President Trump clear: "Donald, you ain't seen nasty yet."
Sen. Mike Lee pointed out that the Paris climate agreement, never ratified by Congress was "toothless anyway."
A former economic advisor to President Obama accused the Trump administration of using "accounting gimmicks and borderline fraud" in its budget.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said President Trump's budget plan respects taxpayers by letting them keep more of their money.
A former campaign advisor to Bill Clinton said that it's "plain as the sky is blue" that the economy does better under Democratic administrations than Republican ones.
On tax day, most Americans send the government ten to 40 percent of their income to fund the bureaucracy, and one professor says that's not enough for some tax brackets.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez scolded President Trump about his new "Buy American-Hire American" executive order.