The ruling in early January disappointed the coalition of seven public worker unions who had challenged Walker's law in court.
The number of union members nationwide declined by 398,000 from 2011 to 2012, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says in its latest report.
A wide cross section of the faith, labor, and social justice community protested Walmart's attempt to build a store near the Detroit border.
Many consider Philadelphia "ground zero" in the fight to save and improve public education and public services.
The court ruled that U.S. citizens could be imprisoned without probable cause and denied their right to habeas corpus during a time of "insurrection."
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.
The labor movement is celebrating its ties to the civil rights movement here this weekend as the AFL-CIO gathers to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.