On that dismal day in West Virginia history, when the Upper Big Branch mine exploded, a son of one of the miners, Eddie, went from person to person asking: "Is there any word?"
The Marshall & Ilesley Bank, the largest in Wisconsin, with branches throughout the Midwest has become the target of the Sheet Metal Workers and their union brothers and sisters in Canada.
Irene Hull, a beloved "tiny dynamo" fighter for trade union rights, world peace, equality, and socialism died on the first day of spring, March 20 in Seattle.
A strike yesterday of over 450 workers in one of the largest foundries on the west coast brought production to a halt Sunday night, at Pacific Steel Castings.
The Huffington Post, labor says, makes millions off its so-called "citizen journalists" - without paying them a dime.
What's been going on in labor over the past week?
DETROIT - Addressing 1,200 union activists, United Auto Workers President Bob King called for a return to the social consciousness of the union's founders.
Anyone who thinks the upsurge by workers all across America is not of historic proportions hasn't been paying attention.
WASHINGTON (PAI) - A half-day-long Capitol Hill commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Company fire drew uncomfortable parallels with conditions facing workers today. The fire in Manhattan killed 146 young immigrant workers, almost all of them women.
Tucson unions put on a strong show of solidarity with Wisconsin recently by showing up at the University of Arizona's McKale Center before the University of Wisconsin basketball team took to the court in a second round game of the NCAA tournament.