Acosta stepped down over the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, leaving Trump to find a new head for the Labor Department.
Republicans will highlight the projected job losses, but backers of a $15 wage floor say the benefits exceed the costs.
Occupational safety experts criticized the U.S. Chemical Safety Board for changing a policy that acknowledged and honored those killed.
Some Las Vegas casino magnates are asking Congress to fix an apparent flub in the tax law. Lawmakers are telling them to bargain with their workers first.
The Chemical Safety Board said it doesn't want to appear as if it's blaming anyone for fatalities. Safety advocates are demanding the agency name names.
With a hand from political appointees, agencies are chipping away at federal union contracts at the bargaining table.
Someone in the airline's operations control center feared attendants might walk off the plane after working long hours. So they ordered the door closed.
His nominees to the National Labor Relations Board are going to decide whether graduate students who teach can unionize and bargain collectively.
Several 2020 contenders plan to join the fast-food employees in Fight for $15 protests this week when the chain's shareholders meet.
A new proposal, backed by a handful of members, would set wage floors on a regional basis, rather than create a national minimum of $15.