In the last five years, 100 million more passengers are flying, but the number of screeners has not kept up.
"To restore our country, to make America great again, we need an inclusion revolution."
"I don't know where to begin. Fifty dead, many more wounded, in the worst mass shooting in American history. I am sick and heartbroken."
One of them, who won in New Jersey, said he would continue to push for more jobs and safer neighborhoods.
The decision is notable because of UAW's past history as a beacon of progressivism.
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.
Abstract: Forcing workers to sign away their right to sue or join class action lawsuits against employers violates the National Labor Relations Act, says the 7th Circuit.
Outlasting the boss who said, "Screw you and your f*cking union," potato chip workers in New Brunswick just scored a major win.
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.