Following the withdrawal of Linda Chavez, George W. Bush asked Elaine Chao, a veteran of the Bush and Reagan White Houses, to serve as Secretary of Labor.
Nearly 600 striking Seattle Times employees will head back to work after ratifying the company's latest contract offer Tuesday.
Some of the nation's largest news organizations hired a research firm today to conduct a comprehensive survey of disputed presidential ballots in Florida.
President-elect Bush nominated Linda Chavez, a strong opponent of affirmative action, to lead the Department of Labor on January 2, 2001.
The New York Times Co.'s Web division announced Sunday it would cut 69 jobs, or 17 percent of its Internet staff, to boost its slumping budget.
CBS and NBC News announced yesterday they plan to change their election-night coverage in light of the bad calls made in the November presidential election.
While gunfire exchanges continue in Kashmir, Indian and Pakistani leaders prepared for a regional summit in Nepal, but say they will not directly address the current crisis.
Workers filed back into the newsroom at The Seattle Post-Intelligencer today, ending a six-week stint on the picket lines.
President-elect Bush nominated Norman Mineta, a Democrat, to lead the Department of Transportation.
The recently ousted Michigan Senator gains President-elect Bush's nod to head up the energy department.
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