Bill Clinton has collected more than $17 million from taxpayers since leaving office, more than double that of fellow Democrat Jimmy Carter.
A union challenge to Wisconsin’s right to work law will move to federal appeals court after a district court judge dismissed the suit.
Hillary Clinton opened the debate by reiterating her support for hiking the minimum wage on Monday.
Home health aides in Illinois are fighting to recoup $32 million that was taken out of their paychecks in a coercive unionization scheme that the Supreme Court declared unconstitutional.
A Marine Corps veteran who survived brain cancer despite a terminal diagnosis is fighting back against a local bill that would legalize euthanasia in Washington, D.C.
Seattle became the second city to adopt regulations that force businesses to give advanced scheduling notices to shift workers.
New Hampshire Senate candidate Maggie Hassan dodged questions on Monday about terrorist threats in the wake of the attacks in New York City, New Jersey, and Minnesota.
The AFL-CIO’s endorsement of a pipeline project expected to create thousands of infrastructure jobs has rankled liberals activists, including a member of AFL-CIO’s coalition.
Federal labor law has long tolerated rough words in picket lines, but a federal judge once considered a prospective Obama Supreme Court appointee is asking regulators to crack down on “racial and misogynistic epithets.”
The founder of a veterans charity that partnered with the Clinton Global Initiative is calling on the Clinton family to cut ties with their foundation to avoid the taint of corruption.