Immigration rights activists say some of Colorado's immigrant sheep herders are being exploited by ranchers who deny them medical care and pay unfair wages.
Last night, President Obama presented a $447 billion package of tax cuts and new government spending meant to increase jobs in America.
The legal implications of firings that occur when online behavior meets the work place.
Globalization has transformed some fish processing plants in Alaska, where most of the workers now are foreign students.
In contrast to the US, South American countries have recently seen a booming economy and low unemployment.
New figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics bring a flicker of optimism to the markets after the worst day on Wall Street in three years.
Reich says government spending would revive the economy and put more people to work.
The UAW wants to bring back lost jobs and reopen closed factories, but automakers are still wary of a low-demand market.
In states like Wisconsin and Ohio, Republicans are leading the charge against unions, arguing that union benefits are unsustainable.
Federal unemployment benefits are set to expire by the end of the year -- estimates say this will be a $37-billion-dollar blow to the economy.