Under this plan, financed by Pitney Bowes, the entire Postal Service would become a series of private companies.
Wisconsin is the state known as 'America's Dairyland', but this month it ran out of milk.
Afghan president Hamid Karzai visited Washington to hammer out the framework for a long-term relationship with the United States.
The Amalgamated Transit Union commended the Transportation Department for ordering a charter bus company off the road after a crash in Oregon.
On this day in 1912 the "Bread and Roses" textile strike began in Lawrence, Mass.
A new federal report on the financial ills of the U.S. Postal Service is a reiteration of previous justifications for huge agency prepayments of future retirees' health care costs.
In the worst industrial disaster in Mass. state history, the Pemberton Mill in Lawrence collapsed on January 10, 1860, trapping 900 workers, most of them recent immigrants, many women and children
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, who repeatedly declared herself "the new sheriff in town" on behalf of workers the last four years, resigned her position on Jan. 9.
On this day in 1939, the Southern Tenant Farmers Union led 1,700 farm families in the Missouri Highway Sit-down.
Michigan's new Right to Work law has angered many in Michigan, including Warren Mayor Jim Fouts.