NEW YORK (AP) — President Joe Biden said workers in Alabama and across the country have the right to join a union without intimidation from their companies. His comments come as Amazon workers in the state are voting on whether they should unionize. In a two-minute video posted to Twitter, […]

The Republican message couldn’t have been clearer: Workers should be able to show up, clock in, earn a normal paycheck, pay the rent and feed their kids. Democrats were telling the same workers that we need to listen to science, reopening is premature, and the economy can’t be fully restored […]

Donald Trump will leave office with the economy considerably worse off compared to where it was when he was elected four years ago. The unemployment rate hit 6.9% in October, down from record double-digits in April, the Labor Department announced Friday. This is an improvement, but when Trump was inaugurated in […]

It was the Monday night before Election Day when Hannah Tindall made what she thought would be taken as a joke while discussing with friends the fate of her home state, Pennsylvania — sure to be a toss-up, if not the determining factor — in the coming days’ election. Tindall, […]

By the time Jason Sun considered doing an absentee ballot, he was worried his ballot may not arrive on time. So, he got on a plane to make sure his vote was counted. HENDERSON, Nev. — Many people are closely watching the battleground states, waiting for election results. One man […]

LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — Proposal one passed with 92% of precincts reporting and 84.3% of people voting for the proposal, which alters how revenue in the state’s park-related funds are spent. Proposal 1 would require that at least 20% of the state park’s endowment fund spending be spent on park […]

No one has to explain to Kristina Wong the theatrical nature of American politics. A performance artist and comedy warrior for social justice, she started campaigning for public office as part of her act before running in earnest and now serves as an elected representative for the Wilshire Center Koreatown […]

If you’ve been around the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the Colorado Convention Center, the Westin Hotel or the Denver Pavilions recently, you may have seen big, bright rainbow screens that say “POWER FULL BECAUSE THEY’RE DIFFERENT.” This art installation is courtesy of Orange Barrel Media, an Ohio-based company that’s […]

New Yorkers lined up to vote early for a third consecutive day Monday, many waiting under umbrellas, after a weekend that saw a crush of more than 400,000 voters statewide. State elections officials said 422,169 people voted Saturday and Sunday, the first two days of early voting in New York. […]