Carlos Slim, Mexican telecoms tycoon and the world's richest man, says people should work three days a week, but not retire until they are in their seventies. Others, including Google co-founder Larry Page, share Carlos Slim's vision of shorter work weeks, but is it a serious option for companies and workers?
House Speaker John Boehner wants to take President Obama to court on the narrow point that he delayed the employer mandate in Obamacare.
The Obama episode of 'Between Two Ferns' is not the show's best work, some fans say. But it has been viewed online 22 million times and now is an Emmy nominee. If it wins, it wouldn't be a White House first.
With Hobby Lobby ruling, the Supreme Court doesn't see economic power struggle between corporations and people, writes Robert Reich. Instead, SCOTUS's ruling gives Hobby Lobby the power to deny employees' rights to contraceptive services.
In its Hobby Lobby ruling against the Obamacare mandate on contraceptive coverage, the Supreme Court centers its decision on the right of religious people, including owners of privately held corporations, not to be told by government that their beliefs are 'flawed.'