A labor analyst suggests a decision by the National Labor Relations Board plays into the hands of unions trying to organize workers at fast food restaurants.
The National Retail Federation is looking to help small businesses.
California and Arizona are well-represented in a ranking of least recession-recovered cities. Texas, however, fares quite well in the recently published list.
With a ban on many flights from the U.S. to Israel, OneNewsNow has inquired about tourists remaining in the country without transportation home.
If UAW is successful in organizing at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee, one critic thinks Tennessee being a right to work state will not necessarily protect workers who do not wish to participate.
A former director of the Congressional Budget Office is weighing in on information about jobs and the minimum wage.
You can celebrate America's birthday by purchasing made-in-America goods, which seem to be in short supply these days.
Commentators and think tanks are applauding the Supreme Court's ruling against President Obama's recess appointments, but there are issues that remain.
One author and commentator thinks a court's refusal to reinstate New York City's ban on the sale of big sodas was "predictable."
From a scientific perspective, a health policy analyst says the FDA's push for food companies and restaurants to lower sodium levels makes no sense.
A health policy analyst thinks the revelation that consumers are having difficulty with their insurance premiums is only the beginning.
A health policy analyst thinks the American healthcare system's low ranking when placed alongside other industrialized nations isn't "too far from the truth."
Companies with operations in Ohio have expressed concerns over a freezing of the state's clean energy mandate. But one commentator suggests that's mainly for publicity purposes.
The fate of 700 Motorola workers in Texas remains unknown after it was announced their factory would be closing barely a year after opening.
A public policy research think tank is encouraged that a major private health care insurance company is open to providing relief or help to veterans and the VA.
It's a frequent subject of debate, but one economist says income inequality is greater in blue states than red states.