Job discrimination is on the rise for Asian Americans, one of the fastest-growing minority group in the U.S., and now number 15 million nationwide.
The National Labor Relations Board recently ruled the giant inflatable rat used by the labor movement is legal, even at demonstrations in front of secondary employers.
The Red Cross is trying to drive down the wages and benefits of its unionized workers.
A week of statewide teacher protests in California included the arrest of 26 members of the California Teachers Association.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said he supports unions taking an independent political approach in their fight to build the power of workers.
Hundreds gathered in New York to honor activist and folk singer Anne Feeny during a night filled with music and appreciation for her life's work.
"We stand on the shoulders of giants," Teamsters President James Hoffa said to hundreds of people at the induction ceremony, held at Teamsters headquarters.
Tens of thousands of workers and their supporters have hit the streets circulating petitions to put the measure to repeal Senate Bill 5 as a referendum on the November ballot.
The U.S. Department of Labor launched a new application for smart-phone users that aims to empower workers to stand up for their rights if employers deny them their hard-earned pay.
Rite Aid went to work almost immediately on developing an aggressive campaign to block the union organizing drive.