Despite fears of a global trade war, U.S. unemployment numbers hit an 18-year low in May.
Unemployment will be down to 3.5 percent by the end of 2019, according to Goldman Sachs economists.
The United States economy produced 209,000 jobs in July, blowing past the 183,000 predicted by Wall Street experts.
In her "Off The Record" commentary tonight, Greta Van Susteren reacted to a video that shows hundreds of Indiana workers being told by a company representative that their jobs will be moved to Mexico.
A new video shows hundreds of Indiana workers being told by a company representative that their jobs will be moved to Mexico.
The GOP presidential candidate joined Jenna Lee this afternoon to explain his new bill that would block some refugees from obtaining visas.
Though the unemployment rate has dropped to 5.4%, a record-high 93 million Americans are not in the labor force. Watters' World hit the streets of Providence, Rhode Island - where the unemployment rate is near 8% - to talk to the folks there about the economic climate.
Art Laffer, former economic adviser to Ronald Reagan, responded to the latest unemployment report this morning and weighed in on Gallup CEO Jim Clifton's argument that the Obama administration's unemployment figures are "the big lie."
Jobs figures for June blew past expectations this morning, with the unemployment rate falling to 6.1 percent, the lowest level in six years.
Unemployment in April fell to 6.3 percent, from 6.7 percent, as the economy added 288,000 new jobs.
On Sean Hannity's radio show Wednesday, he declared - similar to Michelle Obama in 2008 - that, "for the first time in my adult life, I am humiliated for my country." On Thursday's Hannity, he noted that he's getting some backlash from liberals for what he said, and explained "exactly why I feel this way."
Fox Business Network's Cheryl Casone was back this morning with her list of companies that are hiring.