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The Marriott Strike Helped Grow The Largest Hotel Workers Union
Unite Here just won four union elections at Marriott properties, victories it traces in part to the 2018 work stoppage.
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AFL-CIO Employees Are Fighting Furloughs -- Inside Their Own Building
A loud voice for job security, the union group is taking heat from its own workers who say theirs is being undermined.
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More Than 500 Teachers And Other Educators Are Running For Office This Year
They hope the teacher walkouts will catapult more teachers into government.
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Missouri Voters Can Kill The State's New Right-To-Work Law
Labor leaders hope Tuesday's vote on Prop A will take some wind out of the sails of anti-union laws.
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Teachers’ Activism Will Survive The Janus Supreme Court Ruling
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By Sherman Dorn, Arizona State University/The Conversation The Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Janus v. AFSCME 31 will hurt
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Unions Face The Fight Of Their Lives To Protect American Workers
By Steven Greenhouse, On assignment for HuffPost
Robots put jobs on the line and threaten a rise in income inequality, experts say.
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Chicago Tribune Newsroom Overwhelmingly Supports Unionization
In emails sent Tuesday, the organizing committee revealed 85 percent support for unionization among the newsrooms making up the Guild.
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Unions Show Their Force In Pennsylvania District Won By Trump
Conor Lamb can thank organized labor if he wins in Tuesday's special election against Republican Rick Saccone.
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This Supreme Court Case Is The Biggest Threat To Organized Labor In Years
It could cost unions millions of members -- but also force them to adapt and innovate.
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Diversifying the Arms Industry
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Spokesperson at German Parliament
LPM: How do you explain the relevance of the subject in the '80s, its disappearance, and its renaissance? JB: Well, the peace
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