The United States economy has created many jobs since Donald J. Trump became president. How does the record compare with the previous administration and others?
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A group opposing any future plan to raze Century II or the former central library building has filed an appeal of the decision in their lawsuit.
Kansas officials have explanations for low tax collections, but don't mention the same contributing factor when touting high collections.
The top takeaway of the Congressional Budget Office Monthly Budget Review for August 2020 is that the deficit for the month is smaller than last August. But there are details.
Charts of Kansas school spending presented in different forms.
The effects of the response to the pandemic vary widely among the states, but federal government employment has been little affected.
The employment situation in Kansas rose continued to improve in August 2020 as the response to the pandemic continued to affect the economy.
Have you suspected that the country has become more partisan? An index supports that.
A sampling of criticism of drug price controls.
How has the pandemic affected cities in general and Wichita specifically, and what are implications for the future?
On Century II, Wichita City Hall won the first round, but the public issue remains, writes John Todd.
The Kansas budget is volatile, with rising spending and a large deficit.
Although there has been progress, cronyism and the swamp may be renewed in Washington.
"What may look like economic growth on the surface ends up being, upon closer scrutiny, an expensive exercise in the rearrangement of existing business activity."
Explore the economic record of presidents through the lens of data, with new updates for August.