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Washington (AP) -- The federal government’s 2.1 million employees will get paid parental leave for the first time, a galvanizing moment in the growing movement to bring the benefit to all U.S. workers.
Tenants at two notoriously dilapidated Upper East Side developments slapped the city’s scandal-rocked Housing Authority with lawsuits on Friday demanding better living conditions.
WASHINGTON — The Coast Guard has fostered a poor environment for women and minority cadets and has failed to fairly investigate harassment by senior officers and to prevent retaliation against people who report bullying, a House committee said Wednesday.
This week was a big one on the progressive policy front for an issue that isn’t getting the kind of headlines some other flashy ideas are grabbing.
House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Tuesday, charging him with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
The U.S. is one of only two nations in the world that does not offer some form of paid leave, leaving over 80 percent of workers with little financial recourse if they must take time off to care for a new child or a sick family member.
WASHINGTON -- The Department of Homeland Security planned to separate tens of thousands of children from their parents when it launched President Trump's shocking border crackdown last year — even as it knew it could not track and reunite families, a damning new inspector general report concludes.
SOUTHERN BROOKLYN – Southern Brooklyn bus commuters rejoice: the U.S.