Referendum petitions continue to circulate in Ohio in an effort to put a so-called right-to-work initiative on the state ballot.
When Romualdo Cardoso started working in restaurants 15 years ago he had the American Dream.
Bloomberg's threat to kids' safety while riding school buses forced some 8,000 drivers, mechanics and school bus matrons to strike.
Parsons was described by the Chicago Police Department as "more dangerous than a thousand rioters."
The Teamsters, after a long organizing campaign and extended bargaining, have won and ratified a first contract for a notable group of West Coast workers.
Leaders of the nation's two teachers unions praised President Obama and lawmakers who have unveiled comprehensive gun control proposals.
The Communications Workers have lost the union recognition vote by the narrow margin of 161 votes out of almost 6,000 cast.
The rights of public service workers seem to be of no consequence to Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn.
In a landmark settlementwith implications for all Hyatt workers, the Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf hotel has withdrawn its appeal of citations related to housekeeper injuries.
On Jan. 14, 2003, nearly 20,000 General Electric workers went out on strike at 48 plants in 33 states.