July 25, 2013
The National Labor Relations Board may be small, but it has a big impact on the rules that govern how an employer and employee can interact in the workplace.
Amendment defunding domestic intelligence gathering on millions of Americans not suspected of any crime defeated in House of Representatives
During this hot, wet summer, a "national climate expert" Dr. Katherine Hayhoe recently told Delawareans that they can expect even hotter summers — with a climate like Savannah, Georgia's — by the end of the century. The culprit, naturally: runaway global warming.
"[W]hen Detroit finally went belly up last week, it was the city's retirement obligations that did the most to bring it down. Nearly half the city's debt, according to its emergency financial manager, is for pension, health care and other benefits promises that Detroit could not afford as its finances deteriorated, but kept offering to its workforce anyway."