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April 26, 2016
High court sides with police officer in free speech case
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a New Jersey police officer who was demoted after his boss mistakenly believed he was ...
April 21, 2016
Criminal charges in Flint water crisis raise stakes
Flint's water crisis has taken a dramatic turn with criminal charges being filed against two state employees and a city ...
April 21, 2016
Myanmar media company greases wrong palm, flouts gift limit
Myanmar's new government scolded a media group for flouting guidelines against corruption by presenting an envelope with more ...
April 19, 2016
China warns of foreign spies with 'Dangerous Love' campaign
China is marking National Security Education Day with a poster warning young female government workers about dating handsome ...
April 12, 2016
NC governor wants part of rights law changed but most intact
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory said Tuesday that he wants to change part of a new law that prevents people from suing over ...
April 09, 2016
Anglican leader says DNA tests have revealed his real father
The archbishop of Canterbury says DNA tests have identified his real father, but the revelation hasn't shaken his sense of ...
April 07, 2016
Venezuela orders long weekends to stave off power crisis
Public employees in Venezuela will take long weekends under the government's latest bid to ease a nationwide power crisis.
March 08, 2016
Colorado governor calls for opposing boycott of Israel
Colorado's governor says he supports a proposal to have the state's public employee pension fund oppose a boycott seeking to ...
February 29, 2016
Nigeria cuts 24,000 ghost workers from state payroll
Nigeria's Finance Ministry says it is cutting 24,000 ghost workers from the national payroll, saving $11.5 million a month.
February 14, 2016
US pushing Albania to enact judicial, legislative reforms
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday pushed Albania to enact a major package of judicial and legislative reforms, ...
February 08, 2016
Lead contamination of Flint water draws multiple lawsuits
One lawsuit seeks to replace lead-leaching water lines at no cost to customers. Another seeks money for thousands of Flint ...
January 22, 2016
In Wisconsin, civil service change is another labor setback
Gov. Scott Walker made a national name for himself among conservatives by redefining Wisconsin's labor landscape, eliminating ...
January 18, 2016
Greek unions to hold general strike Feb. 4 on pension reform
Union discontent is growing in Greece against planned pension reforms, with civil servants joining in a strike by private ...
January 13, 2016
Portugal's state workers demand shorter work days _ quickly
Portugal's new Socialist government is on a collision course with trade unions over how quickly to restore civil servants' ...
January 11, 2016
High court seems ready to scrap mandatory public union fees
The Supreme Court appears ready to deliver a major setback to American unions as it considers scrapping a four-decade ...
January 09, 2016
Zimbabwe: Journalists arrested for criticizing govt
Two Zimbabwean journalists were arrested after they reported that the government secretly paid salaries and bonuses to ...
January 08, 2016
High court dispute over union fees could curb labor's clout
The largest teachers union in Michigan still represents Jason LaPorte at the bargaining table, but he no longer pays anything ...
December 29, 2015
Zimbabwean civil servants December salaries delayed
Zimbabwe's civil servants had a bleak Christmas because the government failed to pay their December salaries on time.
December 18, 2015
Portugal's anti-austerity govt reverses public pay cuts
Portugal's new Socialist government is restoring full pay to civil servants after four years of cuts, ticking off another ...
November 08, 2015
Myanmar president votes in 'military country'
President Thein Sein, the archrival of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, voted Sunday in Myanmar's grandiose capital, ...