Target stores across the country will be opening early this year: at midnight. They're joining a trend of stores opening earlier and earlier, but one employee wants you to help him say no.
The NBA players, already locked out and with hundreds of games canceled, rejected what NBA owners said was their final, best offer. Commissioner David Stern said that puts the entire season in jeopardy and now players are disbanding the union and preparing to do battle in the courts.
A piece of President Barack Obama's jobs bill won approval on Thursday. It'll provide up to $5600 to employers who hire veterans and keep them employed for at least six months.
In Ohio, Mississippi and Arizona, laws, amendments or candidates closely tied to major conservative efforts all went down in defeat. But, in Virginia, Republicans are on the verge of retaking the State Senate.
With the NBA season officially delayed and leaders saying there's no way a full season can be played, arena employees who are now without jobs are turning to community organizations to help with their most basic needs.
As the costs of doing business in China rise — both explicit and implied — analysts are suggesting more companies look at manufacturing back home in the United States.
9 million older adults don't know where their next meal is coming from. Making ends meet is a daily struggle.
16.5 million American children live in poverty. That's more than any other first-world nation.
A Senate vote on the Obama jobs bill. Yet another Republican presidential primary. And the Occupy Wall Street folks may be running out of time.
Judge rules in favor of Bloomberg LP -- the company's female employees claimed it had discriminated against them in pay and promotions after they took maternity leave.