Historically, immigration has been a policy area where the President has a lot of discretion. Over the past four years, The Trump administration hasn’t been shy about using that power.
The U.S. Soccer Federation has reached a proposed settlement with the Women’s National Team in a legal battle over working conditions but a dispute over equal pay with that of their male counterparts continues.
Norah Perez’s children had been going to day care since they were four months old. That came to an abrupt end this spring when the coronavirus hit and their day care closed.
If Congress doesn’t compromise and pass another relief bill, a new study finds a staggering number of Americans will lose a critical financial lifeline as the pandemic worsens.
When news broke that Florida voters had approved a ballot measure raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, Terrence Wise celebrated from a thousand miles away.
Rising from the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, just south of the Canadian border, this distant city looks like a quaint throwback, with Victorian-era architecture, church steeples and a main shopping street laid with brick.
Like many married and working couples first confronting the pandemic, Bianca Flokstra and Victor Udoewa tried to go on with their lives as normal.
Rachael Shannon gets nostalgic when she thinks of the life she lived in Germany until just a couple of years ago. While she and her husband worked, their children spent their days in child care, creating awesome crafts, building pillow forts and going on outings to farms where they’d dig up potatoes.
More than 800,000 American women dropped out of the labor force last month — a significantly larger number than men. For many, the move didn’t happen by choice.
In March, Dr. Achintya Moulick found himself at the epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus pandemic.
A lawsuit filed in California alleges a new type of workplace discrimination based on caste. Indians in Silicon Valley say this ancient social hierarchy has followed them to the U.S..
It’s Jobs Friday, and the latest jobs report shows the U.S. remains firmly in the middle of the worst unemployment crisis since the Great Depression. The coronavirus pandemic has put millions of Americans out of work and in grave financial distress.
Youli Lee is proud of the years she worked for the U.S. government, prosecuting cybercrime in some of the world’s darkest places. These days, she’s the one looking for places to hide out.
Nationwide protests have cast a spotlight on racism and inequality in the United States. Now a major bank has put a price tag on how much the economy has lost as a result of discrimination against African Americans: $16 trillion.
Jerry D’Agostino had a job but couldn’t afford a few things he wanted to do: a meal out once a week, go to the movies, attend Comic-Con.