In what is being described as a historic victory, 38 workers at Walmart's largest distribution center in North America ended their 21-day strike and have returned to work.
Three supporters of outsourced workers were arrested this morning for blocking equipment removal at the Bain-owned Sensata Technologies plant.
A new utility workers protection law passed in Missouri could become a model for other such legislation nationally.
It burned for three days, killing 200-300 people, destroying 17,450 buildings, leaving 100,000 homeless and causing damages worth an estimated $200 million in 1871 dollars.
A mass firing at WHUT, the station at Washington's Howard University, sparked a mass protest at the school's opening convocation.
The unemployment rate declined from 8.1% in August to 7.8% in September, with 114,000 jobs added last month, according to figures released this morning.
Walmart store associates from a dozen stores in the Los Angeles area here took a historic action yesterday by holding a one-day strike.
National Nurses United, the nation's largest union of registered nurses, has endorsed President Obama and Vice President Biden for re-election.
Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra said they have "our deepest regret" for "our loyal audience members," after management cancelled all concerts.