Despite another strong report, there is little evidence that all the hiring is putting upward pressures on wages.
And there are more than 6.5 million people working part time who would like to have more hours.
Randa Jama pushes airline passengers on wheelchairs to their gates at the Minneapolis-St.
The NSA leaker made the remark as he spoke to an audience in Geneva via a video link from Moscow, where he has been living in exile to avoid U.S. prosecution on espionage charges.
"I would love to return to Switzerland, some of my favorite memories are from Geneva.
Think molten spoonfuls of chocolate, voluptuous layer cake or melted cheese oozing from a perfectly grilled croque monsieur.
We're awash in these types of food porn images. But, by comparison, do pictures of Brussels sprouts or beets get as much love online?
These country-of- origin labels, as they are known, are part of an ongoing international trade dispute that has swept up Midwest ranchers. And they may not be long for store shelves.
The 2002 Farm Bill was the first to require country-of-origin labeling (COOL) on meat.
"We recovered the gold both in the form of bars and ornaments from Son Young Nam, the First Secretary of the North Korean Embassy in Dhaka," said Moinul Khan, Director General of the Custom Intelligence department, adding the gold weighed about 27 kg (60 pounds) in total, according to Reuters.
The Justice Department is planning to bring corruption charges against Sen.
This week, we bring you four reads that illuminate a bit of history or pieces of regulation you may not have known about.
An indictment has been unsealed for Vietnamese citizens Viet Quoc Nguyen, 28, who is a fugitive, and Giang Hoang Vu, 25, his accomplice, who is in custody. Nguyen and Vu are accused of hacking into eight U.S.-based email service providers to steal the addresses.
Maysles, an Oscar-nominated director, died Thursday in New York, Erica Dilday at the Maysles Documentary Center confirmed.
NPR's Neda Ulaby is reporting on his death for our Newscast unit. She says:
"Albert Maysles with his brother David turned an unflinching cinematic eye on everything from door to door Bible salesmen to the most eccentric members of the East Coast elite.
The appointment follows the scandal that led to the suspension of chief anchor Brian Williams, who inflated the dangers he faced while covering the invasion of Iraq. It is not clear whether Williams will return.
The final rule issued by the Department of Labor takes effect March 27. It revises the definition of "spouse" in the Family and Medical Leave Act to recognize legally married same-sex couples regardless of where they live.
It turns out the world is daunted by cocktails, and has sought help enough times from Google that the company decided to get in on the mixology instruction game itself.
On Thursday, the tech giant launched a feature that provides step-by-step instructions for how to prepare a desired cocktail, and a list of ingredients.
That's her above, seen before and after the Hindu festival of Holi at her ashram in northern India.
Manu was married at age 10 and found her way to the northern city of Vrindavan at 37. By that time, she was already widowed and had lost three children who she says all died prematurely.
Democrats in the Washington state House have passed a $12 per hour minimum wage measure. The increase would phase-in over four years.
Nationally, there’s a push to outlaw incarceration of students for skipping school and other non-criminal behavior and use alternatives.
But some judges are reluctant to give detention up.
School districts in Washington are required to file a truancy petition with juvenile court when a student is chronically absent.