One of the country’s largest pro-life groups has launched a campaign targeting Red State Democratic senators who helped kill legislation that would have cut down late term abortions.
Doctors in Massachusetts are speaking out against a proposal to approve physician-assisted suicide, arguing that its End of Life Options Act could force all doctors to participate in doling out lethal medication and pressure patients into suicide.
The world’s richest man has drawn the ire of Washington Post workers who are displeased with union contract negotiations.
Regulators at the top federal labor arbiter have “grave concerns” about the Trump administration’s plan to restructure the agency.
Millionaire congressional hopeful Dean Phillips invested as much as $2 million in energy companies even as he criticized Republican Rep. Erik Paulsen for supporting fossil fuel development.
A Kentucky judge threw out a union attempt to block the state’s newly minted right to work law.
A coalition of union leaders and employers praised Congress for delaying one of Obamacare’s most onerous taxes in its government shutdown deal.
The Trump administration will back the Catholic Church’s lawsuit against the Washington, D.C., public transit agency for refusing to accept a Christmas advertisement featuring a manger scene.
There are 26 pews in St. Anthony of Padua’s in Yulan, New York, a deserted resort town in the Catskills. The Christmas lights are still up, the Poinsettias still alive, but J.J. Hanson is dead at 36, which is why the pews are packed with firefighters, United States Marines, and young children.
Funerals for the young are always loud—the sniffling is more frequent, the weeping more consuming—but the most conspicuous noise comes from the deceased’s peers: young parents trying to control noisy toddlers. A woman cradles a four-year-old boy in blue flannel at the Church entrance.
One of the nation’s largest public sector unions defended mandatory unionism in a brief filed to the Supreme Court Friday.