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Arkansas Cargill plant at center of salmonella outbreak accused of mass hiring discrimination

The U.S. Labor Department alleges that the Cargill Meat Solutions plant in…

 

Undercover tape exposes Detroit factory workers

Seventeen workers at a Detroit factory making armored parts for U.S. military…

 

Septic tank company plays dirty with customers

Talk about a dirty scam. Federal prosecutors in Florida say at least…

 

Nine federal agencies spent $18 million on ineffective job training programs

Nine federal government agencies — including the departments of Labor, Education, Health…

Former boss of deadbeat AIG suing government for $25 billion

The former boss of insurance giant AIG, Hank Greenberg, is suing the…

Ex-Solyndra employees eligible to receive $14.3 million in Trade Adjustment Assistance funds

The Labor Department has approved Trade Adjustment Assistance for the former employees…

New York Fed study warns of erosion of American middle class

Over the past 30 years, middle-class jobs shrank from 75 percent to…

Fake doctor puts too much junk in the trunk

A woman who wanted to work at a nightclub started searching for…

Airline hits up stranded passengers for fuel money

A Comtel Air flight carrying hundreds of passengers from India to England…

Government Accountability and Transparency Board meeting closed to media

The White House daily calendar announced that Vice President Joe Biden attended…

Van overloaded with kids crashes, 18 kindergarteners die

An overloaded school minivan with 62 children and two adults crammed into…

Facebook suspects author Salman Rushdie's account run by an imposter, deletes his page

Facebook allegedly removed famed author Salman Rushdie’s page last week because they…

Utah mayor used alias to write upbeat news stories

Mike Winder, the mayor of Utah’s second-largest city, was caught using a…

Copper thieves go after Lincoln statue

Copper thieves have struck at Abraham Lincoln’s burial site in Springfield, Ill.…

New York transit workers spat upon by angry passengers at greater rate

New York City bus and subway workers were spat upon by irate…

Murdoch’s company spied on hacking victims’ lawyers

Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper company admitted to spying on two lawyers representing…

Nearly half of high school students were sexually harassed last school year

During the 2010-11 school year, 48 percent of students in grades seven…

Gun instructor draws heat for anti-Muslim radio ad

Texas handgun instructor Crockett Keller ran a radio ad saying he would…

Newsweek probe finds stack of lawmakers' pork-seeking letters

A Newsweek investigation collected a stack of lawmakers’ pork-seeking letters over a…

Aspen Chamber Resort Association finds winter slogan in bad taste

A winter festival in Aspen, Colo., is looking for a new slogan…