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The bankrupt coal operator has already spent 60 percent of the $5 million in emergency funding awarded by a federal judge earlier this month.
A woman wearing a strapless romper to fly home from her trip to Jamaica was ordered to cover up if she wanted to board her American Airlines flight.
The data used in this analysis is from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics survey. This survey covers all full-time and part-time employees in nonfarm industries. For each state, the number of employees in each occupation was compared between May 2018 and May 2015. The Bureau of Labor Statistics currently surveys only a portion of employers at each survey time in such a way that the published datasets represent three-year moving averages. The data for May 2018 is the most recent dataset, and the data for May 2015 is the most recent independent period for comparison.
Bankrupt coal mine operator Blackjewel LLC has withheld $1.2 million from employees’ paychecks without depositing the funds in the workers’ re…
At least one other social media group with an apparent nexus to Customs and Border Protection has been discovered to contain vulgar and sexually explicit posts, according to screenshots shared with two sources familiar with the Facebook pages.
A 14-year-old traveling alone from North Carolina to Sweden instead got put on a flight headed to Germany.
"We are getting the same amount of work done, we are just being smarter about it."
Iowa audit says county official took money for fake intern
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Firefighters and other federal employees in the central Rocky Mountain region and Black Hills went back to work during last w…
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