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.
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.
Workers in Western Kentucky have some tough questions for the flashy real estate salesman and presidential candidate.
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.
Los Angeles' leading scholarly research institution on labor issues provides brainpower to the fight for 15 and against wage theft.
Abstract: Jobs in America's brewing industry are being threatened by monopolistic mergers of mega-corporate beer makers.
They call Oreo their "billion dollar cookie" but if you're manufacturing such a valuable cookie, why would you disenfranchise families to make it even more valuable?
"Most of these people don't even know they can become citizens; they should know what their rights are."
The latest green vs. blue conundrum has taken the form of a dispute between labor leaders, and controversy has kicked in.