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Pivotal Union Election Moves Ahead At Amazon Warehouse In Alabama

01/15/21 3:45 PM

The workers will soon determine whether the retail giant has its first unionized facility in the U.S.

Coal Company Officials Plead Guilty After Hiding Black Lung Dangers

01/13/21 1:46 PM

So far three former officials with Armstrong Coal have acknowledged their part in a fraud made public by HuffPost.

YouTube Suspends Trump's Channel For At Least A Week

01/13/21 4:41 AM

Trump's social media activity is being curtailed after a mob of his supporters, urged on by his rhetoric, stormed the Capitol last week.

Sheldon Adelson, GOP Megadonor Who Founded Las Vegas Sands, Dies

01/12/21 8:20 AM

The casino mogul, whose billions gave him enormous influence with President Donald Trump and other Republican politicians, was 87.

More Former United Way Employees Say They Experienced Harassment, Discrimination

01/11/21 5:45 AM

In a letter to the nonprofit’s boards of trustees, more than 20 women said misconduct is commonplace at the organization.

In Wake Of Prop 22, Albertsons Shifting In-House Delivery Jobs To Gig Work

01/07/21 3:51 PM

Unions representing the grocery chain's workers say the decision will drive down wages and make the work less stable.

Child Labor In Palm Oil Industry Tied To Girl Scout Cookies

12/29/20 10:30 AM

“I am dreaming one day I can go back to school," said a 10-year-old Indonesian girl who works at a palm oil plantation that helps produce the cookies and other Western brand items.

You're A Keen One, Mr. Grinch

12/24/20 5:45 AM

Why we still love the Grinch after more than 60 years.

1 House, 5 Grocery Store Workers And A Very Long Year

12/23/20 7:18 AM

If you shop at Ralphs stores in San Diego, Raquel Salorio and her loved ones may be helping you get through the pandemic.

Apple Closes All 53 California Stores And A Dozen More Elsewhere As COVID-19 Surges

12/21/20 4:30 AM

It's also shuttering outlets in Mexico, Brazil and London.

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