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Latest Labor Items
A northern Idaho jury has awarded $56,000 to an excavation crew foreman who said he was fired for reporting safety violations on the Sand Creek Byway.
Hawaii's largest health plan is reporting a $44.4 million net loss for last year.
Striving to show momentum on a top legislative priority, President Barack Obama is appearing next week with Northeastern governors who back his push to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour and will pledge to lift the earnings of the lowest-paid workers in their states to at least the same level.
The nation's airline industry could be hitting some turbulence, according to a government report that found pilots might be in short supply.
A state-sponsored employer of blind and low-vision people says it has laid off 13 workers in Cumberland.
Vice President Joe Biden visited a Scottsdale pancake restaurant Friday morning to speak about health care with government officials and advocates.
SeaWorld has filed a complaint that alleges a government investigator who probed a SeaWorld trainer's death engaged in unethical conduct by fraternizing with makers of a documentary critical of the park.
The Iowa Supreme Court on Friday sent an injured railroad worker's lawsuit back to district court, giving BNSF Railway Co. a chance to reduce a million dollar verdict a jury awarded.
First-time claims for unemployment insurance in Louisiana for the week ending Feb. 22 decreased from the previous week's total.