The funds will help teach high-risk workers and employers how to recognize safety hazards.
The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the Labor Department's action.
The company's workforce become 1 percent less male and 1 percent less white over the last year.
Two million children are working in hazardous conditions in cocoa growing areas, a study found.
Proponents of paid leave say the data proves a federal policy is needed.
The ruling stems from a complaint filed in 2012.
The benefit is available to both full-time and part-time employees.
New moves signal a sharp left turn from President Obama on economic issues.
The late Frank Kameny will be inducted into the agency's Hall of Honor.
A father's involvement benefits a child's mental and emotional health.
State judges ruled pot can't be considered legal if outlawed at the federal level.
The Supreme Court is taking up the appeal of a $5.8 million judgment against Tyson Foods.
The company will hold a national career day on Sept. 9.
About 40 percent said they didn't realize they could opt out of their membership.
David Vitter wants to block people from receiving both disability and unemployment benefits.
Firms with over $100M in global gross receipts would have to report their preventive measures.
The rule will raise the salary threshold for overtime eligibility from $23,660 to $50,440.
A pair of labor groups is breaking with the country’s largest union federation.
The jump was part of a 223,000 increase in overall jobs.
Teachers in California say union shops in public workplaces violate the First Amendment.
The Labor Department found companies mislabeled payments as reimbursements.
The department's Women's Bureau is leading the effort.
Regulators will use the standards to assess diversity in recruiting, hiring and promoting employees.
The jump was part of a 280,000 increase in overall jobs.