The radical right GOP majority on the House Education and the Workforce Committee continued its anti-worker crusade.
Teamsters are voting on new contracts with UPS. They cover 250,000 workers, making them the largest private-sector bargaining agreements in the U.S.
Six people who died here June 5 have been described as being "of different backgrounds and classes."
Workers who clean Target and other retail stores in the Twin Cities held a two-day strike.
On this day in 1963, President John F. Kennedy passed the Equal Pay Act aimed at eliminating unequal pay for women.
Thousands of New York unionized teachers and their supporters descended on the state capital in Albany on June 8.
But the alleged business job creation rate is not enough to make a positive dent in the number of jobless, which was 11.8 million in May.
On this day in 1966, civil rights activist James Meredith was shot while leading the March Against Fear from Memphis to Jackson.
Twenty-eight photojournalists were out the door in a blink; it was as if they pushed a button and deleted a whole culture.
By a 231-192 tally, yet another House Republican move to trash workers' rights and incomes went down the drain on June 4.