The Republican-majority legislature was ordered to redraw the maps after a panel of federal judges dismissed the new districts as illegal gerrymanders.
Trump administration officials say that the Obama-era rule, which would have required US employers to report pay data based on gender and race, would not have helped address wage gaps.
Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO, said at a Monitor-hosted breakfast Wednesday that workers, when presented with facts about the president’s promises vs. his actions, are beginning to 'come back across the bridge.'
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren appeared at Martin Luther King's church on the 54th anniversary of his famous speech.
From the 'Google manifesto' to white-nationalist rallies, some scholars are concerned that fringe ideas of inherent superiority and inferiority may be making a comeback.
Republican candidates rush to fill the senate seat left open by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Alabama has long served as a GOP mainstay but will growing opposition to the president open a path for democrats?
A nonpartisan study released Thursday found mixed signals from President Trump and failed health-care reform in the Senate contributed to insurance premium increases forecasts across the country.