Management attorneys and trade groups are petitioning the Trump administration to reverse President Obama’s rule changes that drastically sped up the timeline of union elections.
Zero people have obtained lethal doses of medication in Washington, D.C., since the District legalized physician-assisted suicide in 2017.
President Donald Trump is seeking to elevate two state judges from his Supreme Court shortlist to federal courts.
Republicans will once again have a majority at the nation’s top labor arbiter after the Senate confirmed Trump nominee John Ring on Wednesday.
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is pushing lawmakers to preserve retirement security as the nation’s pension system continues to teeter toward crisis.
The United Auto Workers are campaigning to disrupt operations for luxury carmaker Tesla in New York.
Expectant mothers who have a change of heart after beginning a chemical abortion now have the ability to reverse the process, according to a new study.
The gag order against undercover videographer David Daleiden will remain in place.
Two of the most liberal states in the country killed off legislation that would have legalized assisted suicide.
A national labor watchdog says the federal government’s top labor arbiter should launch an inquiry into allegations that an Obama appointee leaked the decision to vacate a ruling to labor lawyers ahead of its official release.