Big wins for the labor movement on this Labor Day
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In today's show, we'll take the pulse of labor organizing in the U.S. Then, we'll travel to Memphis for luxe chocolates, dive into the Panama Canal's water woes and put some work in at a Minnesota egg farm.
Segments From this episode
The approach is rare in the U.S., but common in other industrialized countries.
It's the end of an era — the pandemic era — for the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
With flavors like barbecue, cornbread and banana pudding, Phillip Ashley Rix found an unfilled niche in the luxury chocolate world.
The new tech behind LeVar Burton’s crusade for child literacy
The actor and producer says pivoting to educational tools online is important for teaching “digital native” youngsters.
On a Minnesota egg farm, visitors embrace a more intimate agritourism experience — in which they sleep and even work on the farm.
Officials are searching for a way to increase the flow of water without disrupting the environment and Panamanian society.