On Friday, the Labor Department reported that the economy added just 113k jobs in January. Economists had expected a gain of 180,000 after a very weak report in December. The two months are both far below employment growth trends last year. The unemployment rate was down a tick to 6.6%.
Nose Dive: After A Year, Support For The Russia Probe Has Plummeted
New Poll: Guess Who the Majority of Voters Blame for Family Separation at the Border?
This Is Seth Meyers on Drugs
Brent Bozell and Tim Graham