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The National Labor Relations Act, also known as the "Wagner Act," became law...
President Obama has signed an order that reinforces part of a law that's existed for nearly 80 years: Employees can discuss compensation without fear of retaliation. Here's what you should know.
The cash-strapped city of Bell, Calif., is seeing justice after an almost four-year investigation of top city officials. Guest host Tess Vigeland speaks with Los Angeles Times reporter Ruben Vives.
After correctly guessing a word puzzle on May 30, 2013, Autumn Erhard become...
Autumn Erhard, a sales representative in Orange County, Calif., landed her big break on her favorite game show, Wheel of Fortune. At 30, she became the second person to win $1 million.
American Julia Cooke documented the ways Cuba has changed since Fidel Castro ceded authority to his brother. During her travels, she says, everything she thought she knew was "blown out of the water."
Rupa and the April Fishes' latest release, Live at the Independent, was reco...
When she's not touring the world with her band or playing impromptu sets on public transit, Rupa Marya is an internist at a San Francisco hospital.
Former college President Hal Wilde has endured dozens of graduation ceremonies. He says procuring the speaker was one of his most annoying tasks. And for what? Students rarely remember the message.