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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - United States Department Of Labor
If Shannon Hardy had known about all the safety violations and all the roughnecks killed at Robinson Drilling rigs, she would have tried to talk her son, Chase Dillon, out of taking his first real job there just out of high school.
Nebraska's preliminary unemployment rate hit 3.5 percent in January, its lowest mark since September 2008, according to a state Labor Department report released Friday.
President Obama is a magician without equal. With the waving of his pen, he can make thousands of jobs disappear.
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate dropped in January to its lowest rate since 2008, although hiring remained flat, according to new figures released Friday.
Unemployment ticked up to 6.7 percent last month despite a better-than-expected increase of 175,000 jobs that defied a spate of severe winter weather. the Labor Department reported Friday.
Seven Democratic members of Congress are urging the Labor Department to change a proposed rule that they say would harm black-lung patients.
A 55-year-old man has admitted stealing at total of $1 million from a Long Island couple, two insurance companies and the state labor department.
Rhode Island's unemployment rate ticked down in January to 9.2 percent, and the number of jobs was up sizably, state labor officials said Thursday.
A Honolulu man says he collected more than $200,000 in state disability benefits for his dead mother.
The Supreme Court of Virginia has agreed to hear a case involving the death of a Norfolk police recruit.
Some 300 users of the state labor department's online career center have been targeted in an apparent scam by someone who fraudulently used an employer's identification information to impersonate a business.
Four of the ten complaints a white supremacist has filed with North Dakota's Department of Labor and Human Rights have been dismissed.
The director of a documentary that explored a killer whale's involvement in the death of a SeaWorld trainer says a Labor Department investigator who probed the incident didn't provide filmmakers with any confidential documents.
Budget and staffing issues have left unemployed and disabled Georgians looking for job training waiting months for help from a state agency tasked with providing vocational assistance.
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