- Feds sues Ohio televangelist's buffet for wage violations Updated: Aug-27-15 3:09 am
CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio - The U.S. Department of Labor has sued northeastern Ohio televangelist Ernest Angley and his buffet restaurant claiming violations of minimum wage, overtime and child labor laws.
- Congressman says NYC federal building gunman got 'raw deal' Updated: Aug-22-15 2:04 pm
NEW YORK - A man who gunned down a security guard at a federal building in Manhattan before killing himself was a whistleblower who had been given "a raw deal" by the agency that fired him, a New Jersey congressman who took up the man's case said Saturday.
- Family mourns teen's machete slaying in Florida Updated: Aug-22-15 10:01 am
HOMESTEAD, Florida - Jose Amaya Guardado's mother said she brought her son to the United States nine years ago to escape the violence rampant in their native El Salvador. But now his family is mourning his death in what police describe as a brutal machete attack.
- Appeals court reinstates wage rules for home care workers Updated: Aug-21-15 3:33 pm
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court on Friday revived Obama administration regulations that guarantee overtime and minimum wage protection to nearly 2 million home health care workers.
- Governor: Georgia researching drug-screening pilot program Updated: Aug-19-15 4:50 pm
MORROW, Georgia - State officials are researching a pilot program aimed at helping rehabilitate job applicants who fail drug screening tests at Georgia businesses, Gov. Nathan Deal said Wednesday.
- US Labor Department: Savannah River contractor discriminated Updated: Aug-12-15 3:31 pm
AIKEN, South Carolina - The contractor who manages the Savannah River nuclear site in South Carolina must pay more than $235,000 to some female and black employees after the U.S. Department of Labor found the workers were underpaid.
- US Labor Department: Savannah River contractor discriminated Updated: Aug-12-15 3:22 pm
AIKEN, South Carolina - The contractor who manages the Savannah River nuclear site must pay more than $235,000 to some female and black employees after the U.S. Department of Labor found the workers were underpaid.
- Push for higher minimum wage ignites worry about enforcement Updated: Aug-09-15 1:38 pm
NEW YORK - As a campaign to raise the minimum wage as high as $15 has achieved victories in such places as Seattle, Los Angeles and New York, it has bumped up against a harsh reality: Plenty of scofflaw businesses don't pay the legal minimum now and probably won't pay the new, higher wages either.