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Ara Manoogian hadn’t eaten for nine days as of Monday, and he was prepared to go without food for weeks, or even months, more. Camped in an RV parked outside Rep. Adam Schiff’s Burbank office, Manoogian said his hunger strike was in protest...
A former police officer filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the city of Burbank in Los Angeles County Superior Court last week, roughly two weeks after a U.S. District Court judge ruled that the original claim did not belong in federal court....
Tags: Theft, Justice System, FBI, Laws, Arbitration
A woman who tussled with Bob Hope Airport security officers over a container of applesauce for her elderly mother seems poised to draw the ire of another federal official — this time a U.S. District Court judge. Nadine Hays was arrested in 2009...
Ending a four-year dispute, the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim reached a five-year contract agreement with 2,100 hotel workers. The dispute had bogged down recently over healthcare cost increases in Disneyland's proposed contracts. The labor union,...
It's spring and the Hawks, Bulls (at least at this writing), Cubs, Sox and Fire are all playing. Two traditionally winter sports and three spring/summer/fall sports are involved in nonstop action on a daily basis. And, it's mid-May for goodness sake....
Tags: NBA Playoffs, Chicago Blackhawks, Sports, Basketball, Lobbying
SACRAMENTO -- Thirteen people were arrested Wednesday at the UC regents meeting during a sit-down protest by healthcare workers threatening to strike at the system's medical centers. The University of California regents left during the protest while...
The TV career of Edgar Allan Jones Jr. began with a phone call in early 1958 from a producer who needed to cast someone knowledgeable about the law. Although Jones taught law full time at UCLA, he was nervous at the prospect of auditioning: His only...
In requiring the U.S. Senate to confirm presidential appointments, the Constitution aims to ensure a second level of scrutiny of the qualifications of government officials. But Senate Republicans have hijacked the confirmation process, not only to...
Channel 2 NewsThe National Labor Relations Board has largely sided with union workers at a Downtown Anchorage hotel in a long-running labor dispute, ordering its Texas-based management company to implement a series of reforms. According to a 74-page Wednesday...
The so-called labor movement in America has been disappearing and now serves only the interests of union bosses and the politicians they prop up, so desperate measures were considered necessary to keep the useless corpse breathing. One attempt at...
The jobs of the nation's citizen soldiers are supposed to be safe while they are serving their country: Federal law does not allow employers to penalize service members because of their military duties. Yet every year, thousands of National Guard and...
Tags: Verizon Communications, Walmart, Laws, Iraq, Employment
WASHINGTON — Employers cannot be required to post a notice that tells their workers they have a right to join a union and bargain for better wages, a federal appeals court ruled in the latest setback for the National Labor Relations Board. The so-...
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