BREAKING: Jesse Jackson Jr. under investigation for "suspicious activity" involving finances, sources say Federal authorities launched an investigation in U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. -- a probe that ... News of the probe -- first disclosed by the Sun-Times -- comes as questions increasingly swirl around Jackson's absence from not only his official duties ... 10/12/2012 - 12:16 pm | View Link
Questions swirl over Jackson Jr.'s political future Sources tell ABC7 that Democratic leaders began their private discussions in June, weeks before Rep. Jackson Jr. began his leave ... said Emanuel. While Jackson's anonymous doctor expects the congressman to recover, he or she did not set a timetable ... 07/12/2012 - 4:55 am | View Link
Jesse Jackson Jr. Speculation Continues to Swirl Under pressure to reveal where he is and what his “ailments” may be, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.’s doctors released ... be seeking help at an Arizona facility for addiction, but Jackson’s office did not substantiate that NBC News report. 07/11/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
Jackson Jr. receiving treatment for 'mood disorder' July 12, 2012 (CHICAGO) -- Questions continue to swirl around the medical condition of Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., whose physician said is suffering from a mood disorder, according to Jackson Jr.'s office. Jackson's office released what they said was his ... 07/11/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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An Arkansas woman said this week that she was fired from her job as punishment for telling a reporter that she backed the state’s 25-cent minimum wage hike. In a profile by The Washington Post last month, Shanna Tippen talked about how just $2 a day extra in pay would make a difference in her
Indiana Democrats attacked Governor Mike Pence’s claims that the recently signed Religious Freedom Restoration Act is not intended to discriminate against the LGBT community by pointing out — among other things — that those photographed with the governor after he signed the bill ha
Feeling all hunky-dory about the world? This should correct that: Shanna Tippen, a grandmother from Arkansas, says that she's been fired from her motel job for speaking to a Washington Post reporter about what it's like to live on the minimum wage. Here's the backstory: Last month, Post reporter Chico Harlan published a feature on how life changed for Arkansas workers after the state's minimum wage increased from $7.25 an hour to $7.50 per hour, part of a gradual uptick toward an $8.50 minimum by 2017.
Fox News anchor Bret Baier debunked the network's defense of Indiana's discriminatory "religious freedom" law, explaining that the law is broader than both federal law and similar measures in other states.
Last week, Indiana became the center of a political firestorm after the state legislature passed its version of the "Religious Freedom Restoration Act" (RFRA), a law that allows private individuals and for-profit business owners to cite their religious beliefs as a legal defense against claims of discrimination from consumers who have been wrongfully denied services based solely on their sexual orientation or gender identity.