Why we celebrate Labor Day and the meaning behind it

The long weekend is a much-needed opportunity to reconnect with friends and family

Labor Day was first celebrated unofficially by labor activists and individual states in the late 1800

In New York City, two events converged that contributed to the formation of Labor Day

Freeman says, Americans celebrated both May Day and Labor Day.

You might have heard the outdated rule that you shouldn't wear white after Labor Day.

There's no fashion police out there waiting to see if you don a white shirt in September.