A federal transportation agency warned design flaws in duck boats could make it all but impossible for passengers to escape during a water accident.
The boat capsized in stormy weather on a lake near the vacation town of Branson.
"Say that again?" —Dan Coats
“Sometimes you have to defend yourself,” said Bobby Wilson, who was not convicted of a crime. “As bad as it may be, it’s life or death.”
Restaurant Workers of America has fought hard against raising salaries for tipped workers and has gotten advice from a powerful DC strategist.
Sexual harassment, violence, and injuries are some of the reasons housekeepers and other hotel staff are expected to march on Wednesday.
“I just wish people would listen to us. We keep screaming from the rooftops, ‘Please don’t help!’”
“Really just everything came together to make it happen.”
Faith-based investors want gun companies to change the way they do business. That’s why they’re taking a stand from the inside.
As Arizona threatens to join school strikes that have shaken up public education around the country, one teacher says her love for her work won’t pay her bills.
At a conference this month, HR managers talked about changing workplace culture. But they can’t do it alone.
Registering young people to vote was a top priority for the thousands of people who rallied across the US Saturday as part of the March for Our Lives protests against gun violence.
According to this $300 million lawsuit, even women dominating elite fields like the law face pay discrimination.
The alleged encounter took place after a 2006 golf event at Lake Tahoe — where another adult film star said Trump grabbed and kissed her without her consent.
One of the women told BuzzFeed News the actor coerced her into performing oral sex on him in a car.
Elon Musk's company said its rocket had performed as expected — but would not confirm the mission to launch a classified government satellite had been a success.
The president's tweet came after the White House said Breitbart should get rid of the former top Trump strategist.
No one was injured, and the Clintons were not home at the time, a spokesperson said.
The Georgia NAACP said it was investigating whether police overstepped by taking dozens of young men and women to jail on suspicion of possessing less than one ounce of pot.
The victims included four children.