"The session's ending, but we're just getting started. That's why we need you to stay active and engaged through Election Day."
Some 40,000 Verizon workers from Maine down through Virginia marched back to work today after a company-forced 45-day strike earned them victories.
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.
The 'Rauner Is Hurting Illinois' march and rally spanned out over six full city blocks in Springfield, Illinois.
The principal demands were for better pay that at least matches that in other airline companies, quality healthcare, and retiree benefits.
Up to 2,000 union members and community allies filled Cedar Street May 5 to support 986 union members whose jobs are threatened.
Such contrasts lead the AFL-CIO to publish its yearly study comparing CEO pay and the median pay of U.S. workers.
A rank-and-file Verizon worker penned an open letter to the company's CEO, telling him why he forced her to walk the picket line.
The U.S. Supreme Court has handed a judicial win - even if only in one big city - to the "Fight for 15 and a union" movement.
The 39,000 striking Verizon workers are introducing a new facet to the worker-boss struggle.