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.
The number of African Americans without jobs is now at 16.2%, with African American males at 17.5%.
Israel relies on cheap labor from migrant workers from other countries. Those workers are being forced to live under new, increasingly stringent laws.
During the 40s and 50s, there were some ten thousand Fuller Brush salesmen. Now, Norman Hall of San Francisco is one of the few left.
The Supreme Court passed down a decision yesterday in favor of Walmart that could make it much harder for employees to sue companies in the future.
Small businesses employ about half the workers in the United States, but they aren't hiring.
Some 40 million employees in the United States do not have paid sick leave. Is it a moral duty to let them get well, or will it cause job losses?
The economy continues to be sluggish picking up jobs in the financial recovery. Could unemployment tank Obama's quest for reelection?