Labor Department Videos
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Made in the U.S.A. Investigation
March 13, 1998: ABC News’ Brian Ross investigates working conditions for factories in Saipan making clothes bound for the U.S.
Jobs Report Significantly Lower Than Expected
About 164,000 new jobs had been expected, but the U.S. Labor Department announced today that only 38,000 were added in May.
Obama to Finalize Overhaul of Overtime Rule
The Obama administration is moving to finalize changes to double the salary threshold of workers entitled to overtime wages.
March Jobs Numbers Stronger Than Expected
U.S. businesses added 215,000 jobs last month, the 73rd consecutive month of job gains.
Voters Head to the Polls in Illinois
ABC News' Josh Haskell talks to voters as they head to the polls in Illinois.
New Study Shows Cost of Toxic Co-Workers
The study from Harvard Business School finds toxic employees cost companies an average of $12,000 per year.
Obama Embraces Campaign Mode in Overtime Push
In a rousing and campaign-like speech, President Obama highlights the last 7 years of his presidency in a push to expand eligibility for overtime pay.
Consumer Prices Fall 0.4% in December
Okay. It's Friday January 16 the markets in New York are open because of its morning. It's four tenths of a percent doesn't look very big because that is the drop in US consumer prices for the month of December. It is though the biggest drop in inflation in six years of this accord US Labor
Obama Going It Alone on Immigration
President Obama act in defiance of the people and imposes their wool the country. Comical. We're considering a variety of options. But meg almost. And almost. When the newly elected representative of people vigorously. They life. The president's plan hasn't been announced yet but the fight is
2-Year-Old Found After Spending 22 Hours in Woods; Navy Seal Speaks Out; President Obama Hosts White House Power Lunch
2-year-old found after spending 22 hours in Michigan woods; Navy Seal speaks out on Bin Laden mission; President Obama hosts Power lunch to plan with newly elected leaders.