The latest Republican version of "reform" of the red-ink-ridden U.S. Postal Service is unacceptable.
The Senate will vote during the week of July 29 on all five of President Obama's nominees.
Another local transit agency is repairing another big well-known U.S. bridge using Chinese steel, and thus not U.S. steel or steelworkers.
The right-wing Conservative government of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has launched yet another assault on working people in Canada.
A leader of the Croppers' and Farm Workers Union in Tallapoosa County was brutally murdered July 15, 1931, by a heavily armed white mob.
The U.S. Senate could be about to make some historic changes in the way it operates if Harry Reid, the labor movement, and its allies have their way.
The U.S. "is not great because of CEOs and lawyers. It's great because of working people. This is a faith-based movement, it's a civil rights movement, and it cannot fail."
The 1.3 million-member United Food and Commercial Workers union will rejoin the AFL-CIO at the union's annual convention in Chicago this August.
Workers' foes are trying a new tack: Change the wage base, to make the wages as low as possible.
The rapidly growing trend in innovative organizing among non-unionized and low-wage workers was showcased at several panels at this year's Netroots Nation conference.