As President Obama continues to push new and innovative manufacturing hubs, one organization doesn't expect it to help the present job situation.
A pro-Israel group says the Jewish state can help California in terms of cyber technology and water conservation.
A free-market think tank is considering how to move forward with Apple following a harsh response from the head of the company.
A former chief economist at the U.S. Department of Labor says a report on minimum wage and food stamps isn't worth the paper it's written on.
A leader within the tourism ministry for the Islands of the Bahamas says his nation of more than 700 islands, cays, and islets is exploring a strategic partnership of its own with faith-based travelers who he says will feel right at home when they visit.
Government officials and environmental groups are celebrating new EPA rules for gasoline, but energy groups say it's just going to cost Americans more money at the pump.
Debate continues over the UAW's failed attempt to organize a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee.
American Family Association (AFA) is encouraging concerned families to contact local Dodge dealers and the Chrysler Corporation over a television commercial that included profanity.
A conservative think tank plans to stay on General Electric to see that it lives up to a promise on climate change spending.
Even with a devastating loss in Tennessee, a labor policy analyst thinks the UAW will continue its attempts to organize a foreign auto plant in the South.
Patients who purchased plans under ObamaCare are finding out they have fewer choices than before when it comes to doctors.
An author and policy analyst suggests a bill in California to put warning labels on sugary drinks is absurd.
Recent research indicates that organizations with the strongest leaders have nearly double the revenue growth, compared to those with weaker leaders. But if a leader in the ministry stumbles, one expert says the consequences can be tragic.
Questions about the future of the United Auto Workers are lingering after Volkswagen workers in Tennessee voted not to organize with the UAW.
An auto expert agrees with findings that problems with engines and transmissions are on the rise.
The self-proclaimed 'Voice of Retail' continues to weigh in on a controversial proposal from the National Labor Relations Board.