More than 100,000 Minneapolis workers - many of them women and people of color - would benefit from the $15 wage.
Wendy's is still refusing to sign the CIW's Fair Food agreement; readers can sign the petition and join the boycott.
OSHA said the worker had his finger amputated by the machine when he was trying to remove chicken parts jammed in its conveyor belt.
The New York mayor said his executive order would mandate labor peace on construction and retail by “preventing disruptions” while benefiting the workers.
Amid reports Republicans may be ceding Virginia to Hillary Clinton in the presidential race, unions are focusing on defeating a right to work referendum.
Thousands of low-wage workers from across the country convened in the old capital of the Confederacy for the first ever national Fight for $15 meeting.
Conservative House Democrats would dump the DOL's new rule, scheduled to take effect on December 1, that would double the overtime pay threshold.
With alt-weekly newspapers shutting down across the country, unionized Chicago Reader staff seek to buck the trend, negotiate first collective agreement.
The fight for farmworker overtime is down to the wire in California. Jewish and African American organizations are helping get the last votes for Bill 1066.
Democratic nominee says as president she will "stop any trade deal that kills jobs or holds down wages, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership."