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Craig Cable, of Newport, Michigan, a member of United Auto Workers Union Local 3000, and union members from around the country, rally at the Michigan State...
Craig Cable, of Newport, Michigan, a member of United Auto Workers Union Local 3000, and union members from around the country, rally at the Michigan State...
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If they can make it there, they can make it anywhere: After their divisive victory in the labor stronghold of Michigan, anti-union groups say they plan to push right-to-work legislation in other states. The Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne argues that this anti-union crusade is another example of how Republicans didn’t learn the lesson of the 2012 election.

Fiscal Cliff Notes: Sen. Jim Demint says President Obama will get his wish of increased taxes, and not just on the wealthy.

Barbara Walters interviewed two potential 2016 frontrunners for her annual “10 Most Fascinating People show” – Chris Christie and Hillary Clinton.

Chris Cillizza looks at the brand new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll and concludes the Republicans have a brand problem.

It’s official: Incoming Senator Elizabeth Warren gets a seat on the Senate Banking Committee, where she’ll be in a strong position to take on Wall Street.

We’ll never have another four-term president like Franklin Roosevelt, but Barack Obama will have had four swearing-in ceremonies, just like FDR.

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Let Me Start: Labor pains

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