Labor Department Videos
Nov. 14, 1995: When the US government shut down
The government shut down in 1995.
President Trump will strike down parts of Obamacare with new executive order
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday morning at the White House that will increase consumer options for health insurance, but could further destabilize Obamacare marketplaces.
Women accuse Google of discrimination against female employees
Three women have filed a lawsuit alleging Google underpays women and denies them opportunities for promotion, which Google denies.
Former Google engineer fired for anti-diversity memo stands by his words
James Damore, software engineer, was fired from Google for challenging the company's diversity program and stating that women lag behind in the tech world due to their biology.
Google fires employee behind controversial anti-diversity memo
CEO Sundar Pichai sent a note to employees about the person who wrote an internal memo that criticized Google's efforts to promote diversity in its workforce, saying the staffer violated the company's code of conduct.
Sen. Rand Paul speaks out on health care bill defeat
The Kentucky Republican tells "GMA" why the GOP bill's defeat is a "victory for conservatives," and if there is a chance to work with Democrats on a fresh start for health care.
Police have 'robust police presence' at Capitol
The White House is monitoring this situation closely, and President Trump has canceled a speech scheduled for today.
Supreme Court pick Gorsuch faces tough questions at confirmation hearing
"The View" co-hosts discuss whether empathy is an imperative quality in a Supreme Court justice.
President Trump's budget blueprint calls for cuts to EPA, State Dept. and more
"The View" co-hosts discuss whether the proposed budget cuts to these agencies are justified.
Women workers rally in DC for International Women's Day
Women demonstrate outside of the U.S. department of labor in support of women's rights.