Five Wisconsin workers are intervening to preserve the state’s right-to-work law, which faces legal challenge from some of the state’s most influential labor unions.
Republicans in the American Virgin Islands claim that the territory’s Democrat-controlled government squashed their primary vote to keep the GOP off the November ballot.
Connecticut’s paid sick leave law has led employers to reduce benefits, cut hours, and slow hiring, according to a new report.
The Obama administration sent a letter to congressional leaders pressing them to pass emergency funding to fight the Zika virus just weeks after the president threatened to veto a $1.1 billion Zika spending measure passed by the House of Representatives.
The state of New Hampshire will not release records of its investigation into the disgraced Phillips Exeter teacher who also served on Gov. Maggie Hassan’s campaign committee because the records may have been destroyed.
Democrats are launching attack ads against a Republican candidate who served as a Navy SEAL to tilt the scales in the Missouri gubernatorial primary.
The $15 minimum wage backed by the Democratic Party will eliminate more than 7 million jobs, according to a new report.
The Democratic Party’s reliance on union labor complicated simple tasks such as printing business cards, frustrating staffers and leadership, according to hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee.
A Texas judge threw out charges against the undercover videographers who exposed Planned Parenthood’s organ harvesting operation.
The six union leaders who took the stage on Monday at the Democratic National Convention to condemn the richest one percent took home nearly $2.3 million in total compensation in 2015, according to federal labor filings.