A quarter of a million miners are set to walk off the job in South Africa on Tuesday to call attention to unsafe working conditions. Mining has been part of the country's fabric for more than a century, but little attention has been paid to the human costs. Gretchen Wilson reports.
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern's new raise makes a higher-earning political leader than the U.S. president. Stephen Beard reports that with Ireland heading towards a recession, his inflated income has pretty bad timing.
A thousand migrant farm workers in Miami are marching to Burger King headquarters to protest the fast-food giant's refusal to give them a penny more per pound of tomatoes. Dan Grech reports their last raise was three decades ago.
Late-night talk show host Carson Daly is breaking ranks with Jay, Dave, and Conan on the Writers Guild Strike. He's going back to work on Monday -- deal or no deal. And he's asked non-union writers to give him material. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
About 3,000 dealers at the Foxwoods casino in Connecticut, the nation's largest, have voted to sign up for union cards with the United Auto Workers. It's the first union to break into a tribal casino. Alisa Roth reports.
When business is down, morale usually sinks with it. That's when it's time to hire someone with a shinier outlook. Jeff Tyler finds the silver lining in our cloudy economy with some professional motivational speakers.