President Joe Biden has accepted task force recommendations to promote collective bargaining through executive action.
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The right-wing radio host explained to Chris Wallace the difference between executive actions by Obama and Trump is "right and wrong."
A new rule released Thursday will assure that workers under federal contracts can get a week of paid sick leave each year.
The Senate majority leader really doesn't want the White House to require campaign finance disclosure
"Fort Hood, Binghamton, Aurora, Oak Creek, Newtown, the Navy Yard, Santa Barbara, Charleston, San Bernardino. Too many," the president said in an impassioned speech.
The 2016 GOP presidential hopeful has faced criticism for flip-flopping on gun laws.
Just because he signed the National Defense Authorization Act into law doesn't mean he feels legally bound by all of it.
The state asked the Supreme Court for more time to reply to the Obama administration's appeal.