A rule that could secure overtime pay for 4 million workers is in limbo, and the president-elect will help decide whether it survives.
Finally, a bit of good news for hardworking Americans.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano's warning about the sequester cuts and a Michigan Republican lawmaker's latest attempt to rig the vote.
You already know Americans are overworked. But what are the hard numbers? This collection of charts from definitive sources plainly shows that the biggest industries are hiring the least, the Internet has extended the workday, employed women do more domestic work with less leisure time than men, and more.
Something's rotten in the Apple empire -- a few things, actually. For starters, the technology titan revealed that at least 11 children, who the company claimed were 15 years old, were employed in three Apple-affiliated factories in undisclosed locations. (continued)