A second federal appeals court has struck down President Obama’s 2012 recess appointments to the NLRB as unconstitutional.
Republicans on the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee laid into President Barack Obama’s controversial nominees to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) at a Thursday morning hearing.
The Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee voted to send President Barack Obama’s controversial nominee for labor secretary to the full Senate on Thursday morning.
Hispanic activists vowed during a Wednesday march to keep a watchful eye on how Republicans treat Tom Perez, President Barack Obama’s sole Latino cabinet nominee.
A Federal Court of Appeals has partially overturned a discrimination suit against the New York City Fire Department initiated by the Department of Justice and later defended by Tom Perez, the head of Civil Rights enforcement and President Barack Obama’s labor secretary nominee.
Two stories of nondescript red brick stand behind four oak trees and one sapling. The lawn is immaculate. An empty playground stands at the southeast corner. If you walked by the corner of Patrick Avenue and Louisiana Avenue, you’d take it for a public school. But you’d be mistaken. Military bases are far less violent.
The Department of Labor’s workplace safety watchdog has quietly crafted a legal interpretation of a longstanding rule that will allow labors representatives into non-union shops.
One of the nation’s most powerful Democrats has joined Republicans in demanding that President Barack Obama’s labor nominee Tom Perez comply with an Oversight Committee investigation into allegations that he dodged transparency laws.
The D.C. Court of Appeals will allow several employers to move forward with a lawsuit that would prevent the National Labor Relations Board from ruling on their cases.
A Minnesota pastor who blew the whistle on a multi-million dollar fraud testified before Congress about the federal authorities who allegedly threw out the case for political purposes.