AFGE delegates vowed to fight for the agency: Serving the nation's veterans is "a sacred promise, a promise that will never be violated."
Nissan workers have travelled twice from Mississippi to France to show government officials there proof of Nissan's illegal anti-union tactics.
It was not only the 49 lives that were snuffed out by bullets last Sunday; the jobs of all surviving employees at Pulse were also casualties.
One of them, who won in New Jersey, said he would continue to push for more jobs and safer neighborhoods.
"The session's ending, but we're just getting started. That's why we need you to stay active and engaged through Election Day."
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.
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."
"Most of these people don't even know they can become citizens; they should know what their rights are."