On January 2, 1800 the Philadelphia black community petitioned Congress to rescind the Fugitive Slave Act of 1793.
New Jersey is one of the 13 states that saw a bump in the minimum wage starting Jan. 1.The minimum wage became $8.25, up one dollar from $7.25.
On Jan. 1, more than a quarter of a million Portland workers gained a human right - the right to stay home when they're sick.
The justices will hear arguments in the dispute over the power of the NLRB and tackle a case involving yet another challenge to worker representation.
Eventually the organization was able to expand into areas of social and political development for blacks in Chicago and across the nation.
It's worthwhile to remember Christmas 1921, the day that arguably the most successful socialist in American history, Eugene Debs, was released from prison.
The vote comes on the heels of two Maryland suburbs minimum wage increase votes.
William Lloyd Garrison, one of the nation's most outstanding abolitionist leaders, was born Dec. 12, 1805, in Newburyport, Mass.
The six-person majority said the justices never should have heard the case.
Could it possibly be that the time has come to take a more objective and clear-eyed look at what is happening at our nation's largest employer?