The AFL-CIO is "strongly against" extending the Bush tax cuts for the top 2 percent of the nation's earners, but fears congressional Democrats may blink on the issue, Legislative Director Bill Samuel says.
Many question the necessity scientific research, especially of sending instruments into the the solar system and building telescopes that are ever more ambitious.
Even before the opening of the Republican Convention, workers have been targeting places delegates gather to voice opposition to Romney's prescriptions for the economy.
Even worse than that, 37 percent say they sometimes need to rely on the next payday to make ends meet.
Paul Ryan's home state, Wisconsin, could lose billions of dollars if Ryan gets into the White House and Republicans take control of Congress.
The story behind the shoe line in St. Joseph is a story repeated everywhere, from Gary, Ind., to Youngstown, Ohio, to Flint, Mich., to Chico, Calif., to Milton, Mass.
Why would some of America's richest families need lavish public subsidies while schools, parks and other public services are in desperate need of funds?
Oakland residents gathered to support the demand that the giant end a 14-year-old interest rate swap that has cost the city millions.
The share of "good jobs" in the U.S. economy declined from 27.4 percent to 24.6 percent since 1979, a new report by two labor economists says.