Labor and community activists gathered in Granite City, Ill., to remember the 1877 St. Louis general strike.
The U.S. Department of Labor launched a new application for smart-phone users that aims to empower workers to stand up for their rights if employers deny them their hard-earned pay.
A 30-month struggle by The News-paper Guild of New York with one of the world's big wire services, Thomson-Reuters over "tweets" critical of working conditions.
Young workers organize Baltimore's We Are One event.
The Huffington Post, labor says, makes millions off its so-called "citizen journalists" - without paying them a dime.
For many who feel the country has been hijacked by corporate power the union democratic model is appealing.
There is one thing Wisconsin union families want everyone to know: the protests are about workers' freedom to organize into a union and bargain collectively.
"I've never been in a workers' uprising like this in my life," said a middle-aged woman as everyone around her broke into cheers, with thousands of workers packing the state Capitol on the fourth day of protests.
WASHINGTON - The mainstream media has become so biased against working people that even a federal agency can't get its message out, says a senior Department of Labor official.
This week a group of Facebook users called for a "Robot Boycott."