CEOs of the largest corporations received a 16 percent pay raise in 2014, while the pay gap between CEOs and the typical worker widened to 373-to-1.
The American Postal Workers Union's contract expires May 20. The outcome of this will impact every community in America.
On May 1, 2015 in Chicago, the community gathered around the memorial for the Haymarket Martyrs.
Sometimes the conventional narrative the media tell about a news story feels so wrong I can't stand it.
As soon as Congress introduces Trade Promotion Authority, the AFL-CIO will launch a massive six figure advertising campaign.
The U.S. official unemployment rate stayed at 5.5 percent in March, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced.
A new report from the Berger-Marks Foundation gives working women a "how-to" guide to establish women's committees within unions.
The national decline in union membership and soaring wage inequity are inescapable twin realities that make absurd the blaming of unions for fiscal problems.
The United Federation of Teachers was formed to represent New York City public school teachers on March 16, 1960.
With wages flatlining and the middle class shrinking, why is union membership in decline?