Outlasting the boss who said, "Screw you and your f*cking union," potato chip workers in New Brunswick just scored a major win.
The head of the AFL-CIO's Civil, Human, and Women's Rights Division tackles some of labor's thorniest issues on a daily basis.
The rally aimed to disrupt the burger giant's corporate proceedings with singing, chanting, and demands for $15 and a union.
Drivers of the popular bus line in downtown Washington will get paid on par with Metrobus drivers, and won't have to drive unsafe vehicles.
The new law protects poor women, women of color, and transgender individuals from discrimination.
Workers in Western Kentucky have some tough questions for the flashy real estate salesman and presidential candidate.
UK-based press reports that Sri Lankan workers who make Beyoncé's new clothing line are being exploited. Now what?
The political crisis in Brazil has entered a stage likely to damage democracy in the country for years to come and have a negative impact on the entire region.
Steelworkers and allies convened on Chicago's Southeast side to look back at the historic 1937 "Little Steel" strike.
"They're trying to run the political system to influence us to let them write the rules to let them make more money."