Employees of Capital Bikeshare say they're not getting what they were promised when they signed on to work for the bike rental company.
One measure of our culture's disdain for whistle-blowers like Edward Snowden can be culled from the pages of a thesaurus.
In wake of the NSA surveillance scandal, a Florida judge has demanded that the federal agency hand over the phone records of a man charged with attempted robbery, to help solve a case that culminated in a murder.
Much like last Friday's companion report from the U.S. Department of Labor on producer prices, this morning's release of consumer prices for the month of May made for another tame reading on inflation.
Two federal lawsuits brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission last week spotlights an issue that is getting increasing attention from home mortgage lenders, rental property owners, local governments, and now the U.S. Supreme Court: "disparate impact."
New York auditors say the state mistakenly authorized nearly $3 million in unemployment payments for people who were dead, employed, out of the country, not authorized to work in the U.S. or had exceeded their benefits.
Edward Snowden's leaks, showing the massive scope of the National Security Agency's surveillance of phone and internet information, covers ground that previous whistleblowers have already trodden.
In a big victory for unpaid internship lawsuits, a federal judge ruled last Tuesday that two interns who worked on the movie Black Swan for Fox Searchlight Pictures should have been paid.
The commission announced the lawsuit Monday against Performance Food Group Inc. The company did not immediately return a call seeking comment.
Even in a culture of corporate entitlement and privilege, SeaWorld's blatant defiance of federal safety standards reaches a whole new level.
In two lawsuits filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on June 11, the agency accused two large employers of using criminal background checks to illegally discriminate against black workers.
Three former NSA whistle-blowers discuss what Snowden should expect, and what they would say to him with USA TODAY reporters Susan Page and Peter Eisler.
On Friday the office of Texas Governor Rick Perry released a list of bills that were approved along with a list of those he vetoed.
First Lady Michelle Obama made headlines after being interrupted as she was giving a talk at a D.C. fundraiser.
They are also being treated to a weeklong trip to the exclusive One and Only Ocean Club, Paradise Island, Bahamas.
Shawn Leigh Alexander spoke about the era in between the end of slavery and the beginning of segregation.Professor Alexander talked about the failed Civil Rights Act of 1875, the Supreme Court 's 1896 "separate but ..