The city of St. Louis added abortion protections to its non-discrimination ordinance, a move religious organizations claim could violate their religious liberty.
The nation’s top labor arbiter struck down a Michigan union’s attempt to skirt right-to-work laws in a bipartisan ruling.
A former Hardee’s worker—or her union ghostwriter—misspelled her son’s name in a Washington Post op-ed attacking Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder.
Leading Senate Democrats announced during a Thursday press conference that they will use any means necessary to block the confirmation of Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder.
The leaders of two of the largest and most influential teachers unions in the country decried the confirmation of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
A Democratic senator who lied about his military service for decades is now calling on his colleagues to thoroughly vet the background of President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
Republican Gov. Eric Greitens faced the first major battle of his political career when he helped Missouri become the nation’s 28th right to work state on Monday.
Betsy DeVos will serve as the new education secretary after Vice President Mike Pence cast a tie-breaking vote in the Senate.
Opponents of Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court trotted out the recollections of several partisan Democrats to undermine claims that he provided pro-bono legal representation.
After weeks of politicizing the Super Bowl, liberals became howling mad when rightwing trolls returned the favor.