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CHICAGOWhen people hear about the labor movement, they think unions. While that is certainly true, theSt.

NEW YORKFight For $15 And A Union, the labor-backed drive to empower low-wage workers nationwide, rejected a deal between the Trump-named National Labor Relations Board and McDonalds on April 5.

WASHINGTONThe U.S. unemployment rate remained at 4.1 percent in March, the sixth straight month it has done so, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said.

Teachers in Oklahoma made their voices heard and walked out of their classrooms and staged rallies in protest of their extremely low pay, and following years of drastic cuts to education funding ov

OAKLAND, Calif.A National Labor Relations Board officer will try Tesla Motors, the electric car firm of publicity-hungry so-called entrepreneur Elon Musk, on a wide range of labor law-breaking char

Politico reports hundreds of Kentucky teachers called in sick Friday, March 30 and took to the state Capitol to protest changes to their pension plans.