The United Parcel Service (UPS) is dropping about 15,000 spouses from its health insurance plan because of Obamacare, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reported Wednesday morning.
The economy has seen an “unprecedented” number of long-term unemployed under the Obama administration, according to a liberal think tank, and economists say plans pursued by Democrats in Washington are unlikely to curb the problem.
Though nearly 11 million Americans are collecting disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA), and its trust fund is expected to be exhausted by 2016, there is little desire to reform the programs on Capitol Hill.
Only weeks after the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) rejoined the AFL-CIO, the two unions found themselves at odds with each other over the AFL-CIO’s recent endorsement of WinCo, a non-unionized grocery store chain, according to the blog Labor Pains.
The convergence of the opening of the Obamacare exchanges and the end of the fiscal year could result in a huge spike in spending on Obamacare from the federal government in the coming weeks.
When Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe got involved with electric car company GreenTech Automotive he thought he hit the jackpot.
Here are five things you need to know about McAuliffe’s troubled company.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has suspended stimulus payments to a major green energy company after the company said it is having trouble finding financing and may have to declare bankruptcy.
According to President Obama and the Democratic Party, the middle class is in trouble. Income is stagnating and opportunity for the average American is declining. Inequality is skyrocketing as the top one percent accumulates the nation’s wealth, dragging down the economy. Middle class families are at a much higher risk of financial ruin than 50 years ago. It is getting harder to retire comfortably.
A Christian college in Colorado reopened its lawsuit on Wednesday against the Department of Health and Human Services challenging the Obamacare mandate requiring them to provide employees access to contraceptives.
A letter sent by 19 conservative activists urging congressional Republicans to pursue a delay of Obamacare highlights a growing dispute over how to oppose the president’s signature healthcare reform legislation.