It's one of those basic laws of economics: when you tax something, you get less of it.
Philadelphia is getting a crash course in what that looks like. A little less than two months after the city imposed a new tax on sugary drinks, sales of those beverages are down -- way, way down -- and revenue collections are too.
Food Giant Neslie is leaving California for business friendly Virginia
A student activist group at the University of Michigan is demanding campus officials provide them with "a permanent designated space on central campus for Black students and students of color to organize and do social justice work."
Anyone heard from RCADE? Starting to get worried...
Twenty-one people were fired after taking part in the Day Without Immigrants Protest.
The movement closed restaurants and shops across the country to show the contributions immigrants have on the American workforce.
Juvenito Quintana and 20 others all missed work February 16th and on the next day, they all received a letter from Encore Boat Builders LLC in Lexington.
The letter said they were being terminated for no show/no call in. Their last day listed as February 16th, the day of the protest. read more