Keystone foes say the pipeline would carry "dirty oil" to the U.S. Gulf Coast refineries at a cost of an unacceptable increase in the gases that cause global warming.
Here we go again. Business groups are suing the National Labor Relations Board over the new union election rules it finalized in December.
CWA is part of a 100-group coalition that is fighting back against Fast Track, and the next 100 days are critical.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals threw out the Commerce Department's attempt to limit workers' rights to file discrimination cases.
Some one million workers could lose their employer-provided health insurance under a Republican bill (H.R. 30) passed by the House today.
A panel of workers, a Laborer-turned-big-city mayor, a small business owner and others proposed practical moves for taking labor's "Raise The Wages," campaign nationwide.
The nation's largest labor federation, the AFL-CIO, rolled out here today its first- ever Raising Wages agenda.
Many of the people gathering in Washington this morning at the first-ever AFL-CIO National Summit on Raising Wages didn't have an easy time getting here.
Closing his 40-year career on Capitol Hill, retiring Senate Labor Committee chairman Tom Harkin challenged his colleagues to give workers and all other people in the U.S. opportunity.
McDonald's is one of the nation's largest low-wage employers, and its workers have been in the vanguard of the national movement for decent wages.