The late British prime minister found a soul mate in Ronald Reagan when it came to free-market economic reforms.
North Korea's saber-rattling appears to be an attempt to disrupt important supply chains and scare away foreign investment.
Workers without at least high-school diplomas are suffering the most in today's economy. Unemployment among college graduates is half the national rate.
Another round of cuts will leave film studio jobs -- and more -- on the cutting-room floor.
Today's new graduates earn 8.5% less than they would have just over a decade ago, making it even harder to pay off their increasing debt loads.
The economy added just 88,000 jobs in March, while the unemployment rate dipped to 7.6%. The major indexes are headed for their worst week of 2013.
Strong results for March were helped in part by a recovering housing industry and its need for new trucks.
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