Union members scored a big victory Nov. 6 by re-electing president Obama. Equally big for them, however, was the success of pro-worker Democrats.
Referendums in various states can be useful measures of public attitudes on important issues.
Organized labor's final election push turned to get-out-the-vote and voter protection.
The prospects of launching an organizing drive at the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft construction plant in anti-union South Carolina...
Steven Horsford wants to be inducted into a very small group: members of Congress who are, like him, active union members.
Indiana's newly enacted so-called "right to work" law, which deprives unions of money they need to represent workers, is headed for a showdown in state courts.
"This is precedent-setting both in terms of the rights of RNs in the VA system and for protecting patient care standards."
A mass firing at WHUT, the station at Washington's Howard University, sparked a mass protest at the school's opening convocation.
Mexico has had, on paper, progressive labor laws. However, workers have trouble defending their interests even where there is a union.
Professors at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, a prominent Catholic institution, voted to unionize with the Steelworkers. But the struggle isn't over yet.