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DETROITAlmost precisely four years after lead-contaminated and dangerous drinking water first started flowing into residents pipes and into their homes in Flint, Mich., the state and attorneys for

WASHINGTONBy a strictly party-line vote all 50 voting Republicans for, all 46 voting Democrats and both independents against the Senate gave Republicans a National Labor Relations Board majority

WASHINGTON--Building trades union leaders lauded a Trump administration interagency agreement to speed up federal permits to build infrastructure projects.

ROCKY RIVER, OhioCompany intransigence at the bargaining table forced the 14,000 workers at AT&T Midwest and AT&T Legacy to vote to authorize a strike, the Communications Workers announced.