In June, an announcement was in the local paper that Air Evac was moving its headquarters to a town near St. Louis. One hundred fifty jobs would be lost.
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.
The workers, who will lose their jobs to China thanks to Mitt Romney's Bain Capital, will star in a new film about their struggle.
Unions are on full mobilization status as they rev up their final push in the 2012 election battle.
In a scenario possible only under California's bizarre budgeting process, the state's general services budget is now in the hands of a ballot measure to temporarily tax high personal incomes to fund education.
What happens when you try to get Mitt Romney's attention at a campaign rally? The Republican's jeering tea party supporters call you communists.
On the day of the second debate between President Obama and his Republican challenger, Bain Capital workers step up efforts to expose Mitt Romney's role in the outsourcing of their jobs.
"We have to do something dramatic to call attention to what has become a common form of warfare against workers."
"This is precedent-setting both in terms of the rights of RNs in the VA system and for protecting patient care standards."