Labor leaders say the nation's real crisis is not a debt crisis but an unemployment crisis and spending cuts could, in fact, spiral the country into an even deeper recession.
Everyone wants more fresh food in low-income communities, but Wal-Mart's lousy anti-worker stands undermine those same communities.
Discussing the negotiations on the debt ceiling got me thinking about some early experiences in the labor movement.
Ruling Republicans on the intensely ideological House Education and the Workforce Committee seized on a National Labor Relations Board proposal to streamline union election processes to once again bash the agency and organized labor.
Obama was using Twitter to go over the heads of the press corps, and to address people who don't read papers or watch TV but rely on social media.
The National Labor Relations Board proposed new rules this week that address a major problem the Employee Free Choice Act was designed to solve.
The Obama administration and the American Federation of Government Employees are clashing over collective bargaining rights for thousands of health care workers at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Delegates to the convention of the National Education Association will vote on whether to immediately endorse Democratic President Barack Obama for re-election.
Labor leaders, while endorsing the president's budget deficit speech, say job creation will need to be addressed if the long-term fiscal health of the nation is to be restored.
Labor is planning a mass mobilization nationwide on April 4 to support workers' rights, specifically the right to collectively bargain.