In the West, wildfires are stopping shows. Extreme heat has led to cancellations in the South. And changing weather patterns are hobbling performances in the Northeast.
The closing of a meatpacking plant near downtown Los Angeles has left its workers reeling and amplified questions about doing business in the state.
The Jacob Burns Film Center in Westchester, a celebrated venue that enjoys backing from cinema’s A-list, has been roiled by the dismissal of one of its original leaders who was accused of bullying behavior.
The horsemen, courtiers, stablehands and other performers at ye olde New Jersey tourist attraction formed a new kind of medieval guild when they voted to unionize.
A new report says the havoc wrought by the coronavirus reversed gains made by health care facilities to combat deadly pathogens.
The state attorney general says employees at the Manhattan bar were subjected to repeated slurs and sexual harassment.
The authorities have about two months to find homes for the dogs, after they were found at a facility that had violated dozens of federal regulations.
Twitter is in a good position to sue under a legal doctrine called specific performance, which allows courts to force a transaction to be completed, even if one of the parties wants out.
Carlos Moncayo, 22, died seven years ago at a Manhattan construction site. A bill on Gov. Kathy Hochul’s desk aims to make conditions safer for workers like him.
Experts say the U.S. government has unintentionally encouraged a dependency on imported masks by failing to promote elastomeric respirators, a reusable mask that is domestically produced.
Dozens of companies have committed to helping their employees get access to reproductive care.
Assaults at stores have been increasing at a faster pace than the national average. Some workers are tired of fearing for their safety.
In Silicon Valley, entrepreneurs are lauded as innovators whose vision exceeds that of ordinary mortals. Sometimes they start believing the hype.
In a memo, a Congressional panel said it found evidence that the Washington Commanders owner conducted a “shadow investigation” of accusers.
Jaz Brisack became a barista for the same reasons that talented young people have long chosen their career paths: a mix of idealism and ambition.
Musk will attend a virtual all-hands meeting as his $44 billion acquisition of the company moves ahead, despite his hand-wringing about bots.
He specialized in taking down high-profile brands that used low-wage labor, including a line of clothing licensed by Kathie Lee Gifford.
The fire quickly engulfed the apartment building, fueled by cladding now banned. An investigation is continuing. But the families of the 72 who died find accountability slow in coming.
Nine firefighters were among at least 41 people killed in a blaze and a subsequent series of explosions.
As truck drivers are forced to adapt to increasing difficulties on the road, the support system that serves them is at risk of disappearing.
His long list of unfulfilled commitments wildly exceeds his achievements.
They were transforming a century-old Bronx ice house into a charter school. It became one of the deadliest construction sites in New York City in almost two decades.
Patrick Poivre d’Arvor, known as a great seducer, has been accused by more than 20 women of rape, sexual assault and harassment in France’s belated #MeToo reckoning.
Over a million female health workers treat India’s most at-risk women and children, for little pay and sometimes at the cost of their own lives.
Former employees described an N.F.L. franchise bedeviled by executive departures, poor financial management, unpaid electric bills and a raft of firings, payouts and N.D.A.s.
A congressional report claimed that meatpacking companies issued “baseless” warnings about food shortages and influenced government decisions to keep plants open early in the pandemic.
Two House committees were so concerned by the explanation that they requested an array of internal documents related to the reports on sexual misconduct and domestic violence.
A report sheds new light on Emergent executives’ own worries about deficiencies in the company’s quality control systems at its troubled Baltimore plant; no contaminated doses were ever released to the public.
The Fashion Workers Act, a bill working its way through the New York Legislature, takes on a largely unregulated industry.
A report singled out solitary confinement and enforced segregation as particularly harmful practices that contributed to the poor mental and physical health of prisoners.
A debate on how unions build power today and whether politicians — particularly Democrats — are still behind them.
The actor was removed from his leading role in the mini-series “The Fall of the House of Usher.” The production plans to reshoot the scenes in which he had appeared.
The Justice Department is using antitrust law to charge employers with colluding to hold down wages. The move adds to a barrage of civil challenges.
The United States Postal Service briefly stopped delivering mail to a block in Santa Monica, Calif., after multiple “assaults and threats of assault” against its workers.
Eboni Major was blending award-winning bourbon at Bulleit but she alleges that just as she was becoming a public face of the brand, she faced discrimination at the distillery.
I’m not proud of myself, but nothing can keep me from this game.
The findings were removed from inspector general investigations of domestic violence and sexual misconduct committed by officers in the department’s law enforcement agencies.
Much attention has been paid to the risks passengers face accepting rides from Uber or Lyft, but drivers can also be in danger.
Six state attorneys general, led by New York’s Letitia James, have “grave concerns” about reports of a workplace culture within the N.F.L. that is “overtly hostile to women.”
The successful organization of a warehouse in Staten Island offers a real glimmer of hope for the American working class.
The labor agency wants a federal judge to order changes there in the case of a fired worker before a union election starts next week.
The charges in Federal District Court came after the Justice Department found Title IX violations at the university.
The verdict was the first of hundreds of cases pending against the company hired to oversee medical care and safety for workers at a mine and mill in Libby, Mont.
There were a record number of people home sick with Covid in January. Democrats are trying to revive paid pandemic sick leave.
To attract working women, the once-mighty Japanese labor movement must prove it can be a strong ally on issues like child care and sexual harassment.
Documents released in an age-discrimination case appear to show high-level discussion about paring the ranks of older employees.
Strong feelings can develop, even within the confines of strong — and necessary —boundaries.
Mayor Eric Adams has embraced a vaccine mandate for city workers and warned that thousands would get fired this week if they were not vaccinated.
Senate passage was the latest evidence that Democrats, fresh off a string of legislative failures on their broader domestic agenda, are focusing on narrower measures with bipartisan support.
The move by the prime minister and others acknowledged calls for change after an account of rape inside the defense minister’s office.