Pro-life groups ramped up pressure on lawmakers to pass a 20-week abortion ban on Wednesday, three months after Republican lawmakers refused to take up the bill.
Boston College men’s hockey coach Jerry York has been teasing Union College coach Rick Bennett ever since BC won the 2012 Frozen Four championship.
Congressional Republicans said they are prepared to defend right to work laws if the National Labor Relations Board attempts to force non-union members to pay union fees and dues.
Rajat K. Gupta, a former Goldman Sachs executive and Clinton ally, will have to serve out his two-year insider trading sentence after the Supreme Court refused to hear his case on Monday.
Hollywood up-and-comers are willing to sacrifice a quick payday in exchange for the chance of making it big, despite objections from one of the nation’s largest actors unions.
The federal government’s top labor arbiter may use its regulatory power to force non-union employees in right to work states pay union dues.
Minimum wage hikes adopted across the country will have numerous unintended consequences for those they are trying to help, according to a new website documenting the human cost of wage mandates.
Labor giant SEIU invested about $20 million on worker organizing committees in 2014, and they’re going to see a return on that investment on Wednesday as protesters assemble outside McDonald’s.
Controversial new union election regulations went into effect on Tuesday, curtailing the ability of employers to educate workers about the effects of unionization.
A tiny San Francisco suburb’s attempt to implement one of the nation’s highest minimum wages threatens to shatter an immigrant’s American dream.
John Nemec came to America from the Czechoslovakia in 1966 with $20 in his pocket and zero relatives and friends. He landed a minimum wage job in New York City that netted him $1.25 an hour.
“I thought I was a rich man—anyone coming from my country felt rich. We made 2,000 crowns in a month. That was about $57,” he says.