Veteran police officer and Minnesota congressional candidate Pete Stauber says the allegations against Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.) amount to “a clear pattern” of “sexual assault” and called on the embattled Democrat to step down immediately.
Twenty states are backing a lawsuit seeking to overturn mandatory union membership for public sector employees, arguing that forcing them to pay fees is akin to “the forced subsidization of a political party.”
Activists at the Service Employees International Union-backed Fight for $15 movement have joined a journalism union.
The debriefing was as vicious as you’d expect it to be, the Navy commander methodic in his dissection of one of the greatest failures in military history. The massive loss of life and strategic capabilities were inevitable once the officers of history’s greatest military force allowed large sections of the region to “develop into a safe haven” for lawlessness and terrorism, “the perfect environment to allow a rebellion to grow.”
More than one-in-three borrowers who have defaulted on their student loans did so without ever attempting to make a payment, according to a new report.
The National Restaurant Association and Restaurant Law Center are suing the city of New York to block a law that would force fast food restaurants to deduct money from employee paychecks and send it to nonprofit advocacy groups backed by labor unions, including the Fight for $15 movement, if workers agreed to the deductions.
The Washington, D.C. transit system rejected a Christmas ad for being too Christian, according to a lawsuit filed on Tuesday.
The Department of Labor has put one of the Obama administration’s most controversial regulations on hold.
The Little Sisters of the Poor are once again at the center of a religious liberty court battle as California and Pennsylvania attempt to force them to cover abortifacients, by overturning a federal exemption from the Trump administration.
A billionaire Minnesota Democrat running for Congress distanced himself from accused sexual harasser Sen. Al Franken, but refused to say whether he stands by his campaign donations to the two-term Democrat.