Many of our hardest working union sisters and brothers just completed the most important AFL-CIO convention in history.
An Indiana circuit court judge has tossed out the state's "right to work" law, agreeing with the Operating Engineers that it violates the state's constitution.
On Sept. 4, 1918, U.S. troops landed at Archangel, in northern Russia, seeking to overthrow the new workers' government that had ousted the czar a year earlier.
Bullard was rejected by the U.S. Army Air Service because only white pilots were allowed to serve.
Dozens of Hyatt workers and community supporters packed the City Council chambers on Monday to speak in favor of a resolution.
"Having the support of parents, alumni, teachers, and community groups means so much. We are forming a union to provide a better education for our students."
The St. Louis city school system hired the prime contractor, Raineri Construction, to renovate the two schools where there are special facilities for pregnant teens.
"This settlement will help keep thousands of exposed Walmart workers safe and healthy on the job."
"We have retirees who are in their eighties and nineties - are they supposed to get a job?"
People all over the U.S. must pressure the GOP-run U.S. House to approve comprehensive immigration reform.