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He Stars in a Spanish-Language Soap. Why Is He Driving for Uber?

He Stars in a Spanish-Language Soap. Why Is He Driving for Uber?

Pablo Azar, an actor who regularly works on telenovelas (soap operas) on the Spanish language Telemundo network. He and many other novela actors who shoot their shows in Miami struggle to make ends
He Stars in a Spanish-Language Soap. Why Is He Driving for Uber?

He Stars in a Spanish-Language Soap. Why Is He Driving for Uber?

Pablo Azar, an actor who regularly works on telenovelas (soap operas) on the Spanish language Telemundo network. He and many other novela actors who shoot their shows in Miami struggle to make ends
Common Sense: How Much Graduates Earn Drives More College Rankings

Common Sense: How Much Graduates Earn Drives More College Rankings

Juggle the ratings in the right way, factoring in a graduate’s future salaries and job satisfaction, and Claremont McKenna College in California comes out on top.
Common Sense: How Much Graduates Earn Drives More College Rankings

Common Sense: How Much Graduates Earn Drives More College Rankings

U.S. News ranks Wellesley College No. 3 among national liberal arts colleges, but it falls to No. 201 on PayScale’s ranking.
Harvard Reaches Tentative Agreement to End Cafeteria Workers’ Strike

Harvard Reaches Tentative Agreement to End Cafeteria Workers’ Strike

Employees at Harvard University’s cafeteria have been on strike for close to three weeks and could return to work on Thursday.
Harvard Reaches Tentative Agreement to End Cafeteria Workers’ Strike

Harvard Reaches Tentative Agreement to End Cafeteria Workers’ Strike

Employees at Harvard University’s cafeteria have been on strike for close to three weeks and could return to work on Thursday.
Economic Scene: Competing Views on How to Regulate Illegal Migration

Economic Scene: Competing Views on How to Regulate Illegal Migration

So-called braceros in 1963. At its peak in the late 1950s, the Bracero Program provided more than 400,000 temporary work visas a year to people from Mexico, most of them employed on farms.
Economic View: A New Movement in Liberal Economics That Could Shape Hillary Clinton’s Agenda

Economic View: A New Movement in Liberal Economics That Could Shape Hillary Clinton’s Agenda

Jason Furman, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, said a reason for the Obama administration’s shift in dealing with income inequality was economists’ growing understanding of the effects of
A New Payroll System Misfires, and Canadians Ask: Where’s My Pay?

A New Payroll System Misfires, and Canadians Ask: Where’s My Pay?

Bill Ryan, a leading seaman with the Canadian Coast Guard, stopped receiving any pay in August and told his wife to put off buying back-to-school clothes and supplies for their children.
A New Payroll System Misfires, and Canadians Ask: Where’s My Pay?

A New Payroll System Misfires, and Canadians Ask: Where’s My Pay?

Bill Ryan, a leading seaman with the Canadian Coast Guard, stopped receiving any pay in August and told his wife to put off buying back-to-school clothes and supplies for their children.
A New Payroll System Misfires, and Canadians Ask: Where’s My Pay?

A New Payroll System Misfires, and Canadians Ask: Where’s My Pay?

Bill Ryan, a leading seaman with the Canadian Coast Guard, stopped receiving any pay in August and told his wife to put off buying back-to-school clothes and supplies for their children.
Canada Today: Gay Curlers, Fracking Studies and a Payroll Nightmare

Canada Today: Gay Curlers, Fracking Studies and a Payroll Nightmare

A Pacific Rim Curling League match in Vancouver, British Columbia, in October. Gay curling leagues have blossomed in recent decades, highlighting a distinctly Canadian aspect of modern gay life.

Sports Briefing: Villanova Stays Undefeated; Josh Hart Scores 30

Josh Hart of third-ranked Villanova scored a career-high 30 points, including six 3-pointers, to lead the Wildcats to a 96-77 victory over Wake Forest.
Pay Cuts Jolt Women’s Pro League and Leave Its Future Uncertain

Pay Cuts Jolt Women’s Pro League and Leave Its Future Uncertain

While upset about the salary cuts, Rachel Llanes of the Boston Pride, center, viewed the situation as an opportunity to change the league for the better.

Judge Blocks Obama Rule Extending Overtime Pay to 4.2 Million U.S. Workers

A federal judge on Tuesday blocked an Obama administration rule to extend mandatory overtime pay to more than 4 million salaried workers from taking effect, imperiling one of the outgoing president's
Judge Suspends Rule Expanding Overtime for Millions of Workers

Judge Suspends Rule Expanding Overtime for Millions of Workers

A worker pushing carts outside a Walmart in La Habra, Calif. A federal judge in Texas issued an injunction against an Obama administration rule that would expand eligibility for overtime pay by
Eyeing the Trump Voter, ‘Fight for $15’ Widens Its Focus

Eyeing the Trump Voter, ‘Fight for $15’ Widens Its Focus

Workers protested for fair wages at Newark Liberty International Airport on Tuesday.
Eyeing the Trump Voter, ‘Fight for $15’ Widens Its Focus

Eyeing the Trump Voter, ‘Fight for $15’ Widens Its Focus

Workers protested for fair wages at Newark Liberty International Airport on Tuesday.
On Baseball: Keeping Yoenis Cespedes, Mets Step Up to the Plate

On Baseball: Keeping Yoenis Cespedes, Mets Step Up to the Plate

Yoenis Cespedes, who helped the Mets reach the wild-card game in 2016, agreed to a four-year, $110 million deal.