Four states passed steep increases to the minimum wage on Election Day, but three of those ballot initiatives failed to drive opposition against Donald Trump and other candidates skeptical of a federal increase.
A Texas judge permanently blocked one of the Obama administration’s most controversial labor policies, which critics say would have hampered the First Amendment rights of employers.
President-elect Donald Trump’s choice to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court could swing the court away from union-friendly precedents, according to labor watchdogs.
Texas’ Service Employees International Union will have to pay nearly $8 million to a janitorial company in connection to a multi-year smear campaign after a district court judge dismissed its bid for a retrial.
New Hampshire Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan defeated freshman Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte by a narrow margin in one of the most expensive races in the country.
The New Hampshire Senate race is likely heading to a recount even as Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan declared victory with a several-hundred-vote lead on Wednesday morning.
The nation’s most expensive Senate race ended with Republican incumbent Sen. Pat Toomey defeating Democrat Katie McGinty in Pennsylvania.
Former Navy SEAL Eric Greitens is Missouri’s new governor after beating Democratic Attorney General Chris Koster.
Teachers unions scored a major election victory in Massachusetts on Tuesday, defeating a ballot proposition that would have allowed for the creation of 12 new charter schools.
Bill Clinton nearly endorsed the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Japan in 2015 before his wife’s campaign asked him to edit out mentions of his legacy on free trade.