Will the push for a higher federal minimum wage continue, even after Wal-Mart raises pay for workers? OneNewsNow sought the answer.
Many people may be planning to use their tax refunds on a vehicle this year, but they can also consider how to get the most value when it comes to selling a current vehicle.
As members of Congress speak out against ObamaCare, one doctor says lawmakers should also adjust mandates for electronic health records.
A new report aims to shed light on the cost of solar technology.
Concerns continue over what the EPA and its clean power plan will do to sources of electricity and energy such as coal and natural gas.
Opponents of fossil fuels are planning a Global Divestment Day this Friday and Saturday, but one organization says that would do more harm than good.
The world's largest solar power plant opened this week in Southern California and while some are applauding the operations, others are not.
A labor economics policy analyst says we could be hearing a lot more about Right to Work laws this year, and not just at the state level.
The head of the AFL-CIO has expressed disappointment over portions of President Obama's budget, but not everyone agrees with his line of thinking, either.
The federal Environmental Protection Agency claims the Keystone XL oil pipeline poses a global warming danger.
Amidst the ongoing discussion about minimum wage, an economics researcher asserts that raising the amount doesn't really help at least half of those who earn minimum wage.
New information shows men earn more in every state compared to women, but one women's organization says there's more to consider about the alleged "gender pay gap."
Groups in Ohio are challenging a state department's authority to manage fracking emergency response, but one organization sees flaws in their claims.
On the heels of one of the nation's most devastating cyber attacks on Sony Entertainment, a technology group is urging religious and other nonprofits to be proactive in protecting personal and financial data.
Union membership is down and the question is, "Why?"
With land wind farms already receiving much criticism as being too costly to be a viable form of energy, America's first offshore wind farm might be sunk before investors of the partially taxpayer-subsidized $2.6 billion project off Cape Cod could christen their wind turbines or say "bon voyage."