Leo Gerard, president of the United Steelworkers union came to Chicago this week to receive a Visionary Leader Award presented to him.
The November conviction of a non-union intercity bus driver on four manslaughter counts ignores the real problem drivers face.
San Jose activists gathered on Monday, November 12 at Sacred Heart Community Services to celebrate the victory of Measure D.
During its run, the tabloid advocated industrial unionism, free speech, sexual freedom, and support for the Industrial Workers of the World.
Workers launched an unprecedented day of coordinated action across Europe Nov. 14, in the biggest fightback yet.
I know this is not the Christmas story you were hoping to read, but it is one that must be told.
If the federally funded extended unemployment insurance benefits expire at the end of 2012, the economy will lose 400,000 jobs in 2013.
Faced with a threat by Hostess' CEO to close the bankrupt company and liquidate it, the Bakery Workers are denouncing his "lies" and hanging tough.
Hostess Brands Inc., in an attempt to break a strike by its bakers, has announced what it calls the permanent closure of three of its bakeries.
Warehouse workers vowed to walk off the job this week if retaliation at a Walmart-contracted warehouse does not end.