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- Joel Osteen church victimized in $600K theft
- Obama goes shopping at Gap as minimum-wage thanks
- N.J. woman charged after client dies from black-market butt injections
- CIA chief Brennan ‘determined’ to speak out more this year
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- 9/11 terror recruiter released in Syrian prisoner swap
- D.C. elections board gives green light to marijuana legalization initiative
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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - American Federation Of Labor - Congress Of Industrial Organizations
President Barack Obama's election-year budget seeks to rally fellow Democrats with new help for the working poor and fresh money for road-building, education and research. It also pulls back from controversial cuts to Social Security that had been designed to lure Republicans to the bargaining table.
After their recent defeat at Volkswagen's Chattanooga, Tenn., plant, is it over for the United Auto Workers? Don't be too sure.
Former Democratic Wisconsin Assembly speaker turned union lobbyist Mike Sheridan is considering running for an open state Senate seat.
State Treasurer Rob McCord's gubernatorial campaign picked up an endorsement Wednesday from Pennsylvania's largest teachers' union, the Pennsylvania State Education Association.
Activist groups are throwing their weight behind a Senate bill to increase Idaho's minimum wage after abandoning an effort to gather enough signatures to put a similar measure before voters next November.
Republicans and business groups blasted a decision Wednesday by the politically divided National Labor Relations Board to speed up the process for employees to form unions in “ambush elections.”
Union members and the AFL-CIO are urging Boston Mayor Martin Walsh to push for reinstatement of four school bus drivers who were fired after they were accused of instigating an illegal strike.
The North Carolina chapter of a major labor union and other organizations plan to make the case why organizing workers in the South is important to unions.
The West Virginia Public Service Commission's staff and a union are supporting a motion that seeks to require West Virginia American Water to continue submitting quarterly reports to the PSC on the quality of its service.
An effort is underway in Prince George's County to carve out an exemption to the much-ballyhooed "regional minimum wage" increase passed by lawmakers there, in Montgomery County and in Washington, D.C., last year.
MSNBC host Ed Schultz — a pro-union pundit with a national podium — has received a total of $252,000 in payments from union groups in 2012 and 2013, Labor Department numbers revealed.
When the White House nominated David Weil to be in charge of wage enforcement for the Labor Department, officials stressed his weighty academic credentials as a Boston University professor and Harvard University researcher.
A Florida political activist is out of luck after the Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear his challenge to a state law that prohibited groups from donating small amounts of money without first forming a political action committee.
Immigrant advocates on Monday asked international human rights monitors to step in and oversee the Obama administration's deportation policies, saying the U.S. is violating international standards both in how it detains people and who it chooses to deport.
Politics occasionally drive John Boehner to tears, but rarely to plain English. Gobbledygook is the Washington disease, and the Republicans have a bad case of it. Wonkery was not invented in Washington, but Washington is where it thrives.