McDonald's can be held liable for wage and labor violations by its franchisees, according to a ruling Tuesday by the National Labor Relations Board. The decision could mean more leverage for fast-food workers, but not before McDonald's and the rest of the restaurant industry fight to have it reversed.
Part 1 of 2: Though pro-Russia separatists have fled this eastern Ukrainian town, it still provides evidence how local populations and Russian leadership have entwined amid the rebellion.
Secretary Kerry has come under harsh criticism, particularly in Israel, for his efforts to secure a cease-fire in Gaza. Experts say Egypt's shift vis-à-vis Hamas has made diplomacy much harder.
The new round of US and EU sanctions against Russia are the toughest yet, and they might well hit their mark: Russia's business oligarchs. But that still might not be enough to change President Vladimir Putin's behavior.
Republican leaders say they have no intention of impeaching President Obama. Then again, they said they had no intention of shutting down the government in 2013, either.
China's state news agency reported that a gang attacked a police station and government offices in the troubled northwest region. China has fingered Xinjiang separatists for several serious attacks in recent months.
Viewing the enemy as a monster only motivated by hate – and only capable of responding to maximum force – can lead to error.
Amid a third day of heavy fighting, one member of the international team called the site 'one of the biggest open crime scenes in the world.'
Her Camellia Network provides a way for former foster kids to share their stories and connect with mentors, job training, and internship programs.
PHOG Water has developed a net, based on ancient technology, that catches water from fog.
Punk rocker Ivan Suvanjieff and his wife, economist Dawn Engle, founded PeaceJam to help Nobel Peace Prize laureates share their stories with youths around the world.