Today in labor history: The 189-mile-long St. Lawrence Seaway opened
With over 80 progressive organizations participating, the ninth annual conference of the Campaign for America's Future opened in Washington under the banner of "Take Back the American Dream."
Violinists of the world, unite? Orchestra musicians across the U.S. are getting the same harsh treatment by management as steelworkers, city and state workers and others.
With the House and the Senate trying to hash out their differences on the highway-mass transit bill, Minnesota Democratic Rep. Tim Walz gave them a shove. The House backed his shove on June 20.
The agreement with developers includes precedent-setting community benefits provisions to hire local workers and involve the community in ensuring compliance.
A new billion-dollar bridge between Detroit and Windsor., the busiest border crossing from Canada to the U.S., will create 10,000 new jobs on the U.S. side, and it'll be built with U.S. and Canadian steel.
Lawmakers and leading economists rebutted GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney's economic address to a group of businessmen.
Paul Krugman understands what President Barack Obama was trying to say when he messed up with the line, "The private-sector is doing fine."