AFL-CIO

"Our members are still waiting for the supposed greatness of this economy to reach their kitchen tables," Richard Trumka told Chris Wallace on Fox News.
In a closed meeting, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka told the campaigns that Democrats shouldn't expect union support if they don't change their ways.
A loud voice for job security, the union group is taking heat from its own workers who say theirs is being undermined.
Bernie Sanders' comments came as fissure cracks open between the president and the nation's largest union.
One person wondered if the president's tweet was "some kind of lame attempt to be able to say you 'celebrated' Labor Day."
Come November, his members will "probably" back Democratic candidates.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka says the Wall Street wing in the White House has taken control.
The departure comes after business leaders left the group amid controversy over the president's response to a white supremacist rally.
Seven executives on his manufacturing advisory panel have left over Trump's lackluster response to neo-Nazis.
The White House is looking to repeal a rule issued by the Obama administration that would have brought more transparency to anti-union campaigns.
Democratic-allied institutions aren't buying a recent smear campaign against the Minnesota liberal.
When the polls opened early in DC, I already knew who I was voting for: Hillary Clinton. As an organizer, I admire Hillary
Steyer's NextGen Climate Action super PAC gave $5.0 million. United We Can PAC collected almost $9.8 million in the third