Uber drivers won't have to accept an onerous settlement, and Calif. teachers won't lose tenure.
The direct attack on worker rights engineered by Gov. Scott Walker is only one front of the war on workers.
More than 100,000 Minneapolis workers - many of them women and people of color - would benefit from the $15 wage.
Wendy's is still refusing to sign the CIW's Fair Food agreement; readers can sign the petition and join the boycott.
Calif. grocery workers approve new contract with raises, retirement protections, improved scheduling
"This contract is a victory for our members, and secures their wages, retirement security, and control over their schedules."
The pension battle began several years ago when Christie claimed the state not only wouldn't pay its part of the pensions, but couldn't afford to do so.
"We are happy to say that the corporate owners of Ralphs and Vons/Albertsons have agreed to a proposed contract."
"Racism and the exclusion, persecution, and marginalization that come with it, affect the enabling environment for the exercise of association and assembly rights."
"I have seen firsthand over the decades the erosion of the middle class in my hometown of Bridgeport, as the income gap has widened more deeply here than almost anywhere else."
The man who declares he'll "Make America great again!" refuses to make low-paid workers at the casino great.