by Alice Ollstein Oct 8, 2015
"When people commit crimes on Wall Street, they will be prosecuted and imprisoned," Clinton said.
by Casey Quinlan Oct 8, 2015
A Texas Board of Education member said the outrage over an inaccurate and offensive textbook is like an episode of Seinfeld.
by Bryce Covert Oct 8, 2015
Senators will introduce a bill that would make it much easier for workers to prove their employers had discriminated against them based on their age.
by Kira Lerner Oct 8, 2015
“This is a revolution happening right before our eyes," he said about companies like Uber.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 7, 2015
"We will no longer tolerate CEOs who fire workers for exercising their constitutional right to form a union."
"I am not in favor of what I have learned about it," Clinton said, noting that the text of the agreement itself, though final, remains secret to the public.
by Alan Pyke Oct 7, 2015
The state spent at least $11,000 on drug tests. What'd they learn?
by Bryce Covert Oct 7, 2015
The lawsuit claims two married executives from Uber and AirBNB gave her a flat rate no matter how much she worked and that one repeatedly sexually harassed her.
“We simply must require that every American has some skin in this game," he said of his plan to make everyone owe income taxes.
The company becomes the fifth to do away with on-call scheduling after an investigation from New York's attorney general.