For most Americans the crisis is far from over whatever the GDP numbers may say | Dominic Rushe


The latest US GDP figures have given Trump something to crow about but that will ring hollow for poor people, minorities, women and the young

If you drop a ball from a very high window, you can expect a big bounce. The ball, however, has still been dropped.

Thursday’s release of the US’s gross domestic product (GDP) figures are Donald Trump’s last chance to claim he has been a great president for the economy before the election. And boy did he claim it.

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Only one in four Americans has a job that allows them to work from home, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

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