Boeing will move portions of its airplane construction out of Washington after a local union rejected a contract offer that would have saved the company $8 billion.
A company spokesman told the Washington Free Beacon that the company had no choice but to move construction of some of its largest planes out of the Evergreen State after International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local 751 rejected changes to wage and retirement plans.
Albuquerque voters rejected a ballot initiative to ban late-term abortion on Tuesday following a flurry of outside spending from pro-abortion groups.
New York City Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio’s pledge to provide universal pre-school could serve as a financial windfall for some of his biggest allies.
Albuquerque, N.M. — The office space is nearly empty save a few faux-wood desks littered with paper. The blinds are drawn. A man in an elegant three-piece suit mans one of 22 phones below a sign that says “Smile and Dial: Please Stick to the Script.” Suite 500 at 2625 Pennsylvania Rd. NW could easily be mistaken for a shell corporation if it weren’t for all the children scurrying around the man and his fellow phone-bankers– mothers and grandmothers in pink and black.
General Motors is denying reports that company executives met with Iranian officials using Swiss passports.
The company, which is in the midst of severing ties with the U.S. federal government following a $50 billion taxpayer bailout, denied reports that GM had potentially violated U.S. trade sanctions against Iran.
The election of pro-union Democrats to executive positions in New York and Virginia could boost the labor agenda, according to labor watchdogs.
You have to trust a sheriff’s candidate who rides a horse, wields a sledgehammer, and shoots a .45 at metaphorical lobbyists in his ads. And if he does all these things while wearing a Stetson hat and rapping, well then … you have to meet him.
The Senate moved forward with the nomination of controversial former union official Richard Griffin to be the chief prosecutor for the National Labor Relations Board on Tuesday.
Illinois pays six-figure salaries to nearly 5,000 teachers who will not set foot in a classroom this year via the state’s beleaguered pension system, according to a new study.
Lawrence Wyllie, former superintendent of the Lincoln-Way school system, draws nearly $300,000 each year in retirement and there are 99 more officials who are paid more than $15,000 per month from the system, according to a new report from OpenTheBooks.com.
Say what you will about the long wait times, rampant errors, and frozen screens, the human face of Healthcare.gov is committed to serving its constituency.