An African American woman who says her wrists and ankles were shackled by police for hours while she was in active labor at a hospital has settled with the city of New York and its police department.
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Roughly 2,000 United Airlines food service workers are worried they might be laid off before the end of the year, despite the airline receiving billions in COVID relief funds and agreeing to pay millions in bonuses to its top executives.
The Senate confirmed Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be Labor secretary, elevating the former union boss to oversee the federal department in charge of workplace conditions, benefits and rights.
Work-related deaths reached a 12-year high in 2019 at more than 5,300, according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
As a result of the continuing economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic New York City is facing a massive budget shortfall and a bleak econ…
In the single month of October, more people died by suicide in Japan than of Covid-19 over the entire year.
The Labor Department announced in a news release Tuesday night that Secretary Eugene Scalia's wife, Trish, has tested positive for coronavirus. The announcement said that Eugene Scalia has tested negative so far but will work from home "for the time being."
Hundreds of thousands of women — nearly eight times more than the number of men — dropped out of the US labor force last month, as the pandemi…
Workers from the entertainment industry hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic participate in a March for Awareness, organized by the International…