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  1. Boeing plans to lay off 170 workers in region; offers buyouts
  2. Unions plan massive anti-Trump strike
  3. N.J. unions seek control of own pension plan
  4. Boeing
  5. General Motors will lay off 1,100 workers at Michigan plant
  6. The Scab Economy: the Origins of America’s Anti-Union Movement
  7. Longshore Union Calls for East Coast Port Shutdown
  8. AFL-CIO Dismissing Staff Amid Declines in U.S. Union Membership
  9. Women As Labor Union Organizers
  10. UAW reaches tentative agreement with Challenge Manufacturing to end strike
  11. Bank workers will protest to form their first US union — and the whole world is watch
  12. Profitable Pickups May Be in Cross Hairs of Trump Border Tax
  13. Tesla employee describes unsafe work conditions in call for union
  14. The Women Beside Bob Marley: Remembering the I Threes
  15. Fifth labor group breaks with AFL-CIO to back Perez for Dem party chairman
  16. MN Labor Union's Coming Together to 'Elevate Minnesota'
  17. 2,000 GM workers to lose jobs on Trump Inauguration Day
  18. Minnesota Medical Marijuana Company Ratifies Agreement With Labor Union
  19. State Eyes Action Against Chemical Plant Hit By Union Strike
  20. Baltimore Gas and Electric workers vote to unionize
  21. FCA US Expands Jeep Product Lineup; $1 Billion in New Investment and 2,000 New Jobs
  22. GOP bill would eliminate union representation and other protections for new postal wo
  23. Postal Service ends privatization deal with Staples
  24. NY State Rules Former Uber Driver Can Get Unemployment Benefits
  25. Fear of Trump Triggers Deep Spending Cuts by Nation's Second-Largest Union
  26. Ohio Factory Workers Fight for a Union: “Everyone Deserves a Seat at the Table”
  27. 1,270 factory workers learn GM will cut 2nd shift at Michigan plant
  28. Iron Workers retirees get bad news on pension cuts
  29. Airport personnel in New York, New Jersey strike union deal for 8,000 workers
  30. Machinists Union Condemns GKN Plan to Ship 300 St. Louis Jobs to Alabama
  31. California state workers to strike Dec. 5
  32. Philadelphia Transit Workers Go On Strike, Shutting Down Buses, Trolleys
  33. Government Sides With Unions Over Businesses — Again
  34. California’s largest state worker union to vote on strike
  35. Jeld-Wen workers reject chance to go union
  36. GE workers overwhelming back strike, if needed
  37. Faculty Strike At 14 State Universities In PA
  38. Rexford says it plans to move Indianapolis work to Mexico
  39. Jim Beam union workers in Kentucky vote in favor of strike
  40. The IBEW ‘Turns Up The Heat’ On Tulip Plastics In Niagara Falls…
  41. Sea-Tac Airport Workers Vote to Strike Delta Contractor Air Serv
  42. UNITE HERE Launches National Boycott of Trump Businesses
  43. Nearly 14,000 Uber And Lyft Drivers Sign Union Cards In New York
  44. Southwest Mechanics Challenge Airline Publically In Contract Dispute
  45. How 2 Tier Contracts Became Labor's Undoing
  46. UAW pledges to back Canadian auto workers in GM talks
  47. 400 Workers at Marshmallow Peeps Plant Go on Strike
  48. Lipton Workers Vote to Unionize: “Everyone just got tired of it”
  49. Nearly 1,000 Gas Workers Union Members Affected By Dominion Lockout
  50. Bill to shield retired miners divides coal-state Republicans
  51. Airport workers avert strike, take big step toward union representation
  52. Southwest’s Labor Chief Departs Amid Rancorous Union Talks
  53. Judge dismisses Maine shipyard union’s lawsuit claiming arbitrator bias
  54. Postal Workers Fend Off Attacks in New Contract
  55. Ahead of contract talks, GE Appliances takes aim at union worker wages, health benefi
  56. Southern California Grocery Workers Reach Tentative Deal
  57. Billionare claims union killed jobs
  58. Vineland's Progresso plant to close next summer, despite deep roots
  59. Locked out workers get bad news: Sherwin Alumina plant closing
  60. Southwest Pilots Seek CEO’s Ouster, Citing ‘Misguided Focus’
  61. It’s a great time to be a blue-collar worker in NYC
  62. Everyone in the Plant Was a Temp—Until They All Joined the Union
  63. Lockheed and Machinists union reach tentative contract agreement
  64. At a Boeing contractor in Portland, workers vote whether to go union
  65. San Diego grocery workers approve strike
  66. UAW begins reaching out to Tesla workers, official says
  67. Flint will require contractors to pay union wage to workers removing pipes
  68. United Airline and Union’s Clash: Pickets Called Today Ahead of Annual Meeting
  69. At Dems' convention, politicans may fight, but unions won't
  70. UAW voting goes wrong.
  71. UAW Local 163 Members Ratify Contract
  72. Massacre in Wyoming a sad chapter in history of Chinese in America
  73. UAW Says Tesla Workers Should be Unionized
  74. UAW chief says union to endorse either Clinton or Sanders 'soon'
  75. UAW chief blasts Detroit 3 for shifting output to Mexico
  76. AFL-CIO rift opens over green mega-donor Tom Steyer
  77. 3,000 Kroger employees prepare for possible strike
  78. Collar Laundry Union cofounder, Kate Mullany, is 2016 Hall of Fame Inductee
  79. Workers go on strike at aircraft parts plant in Spokane area
  80. Honeywell, UAW labor union in contract dispute
  81. The Easter Rising 100 years on: how the Irish revolution fired up American politics
  82. Workers losing ground as Atlantic City casinos struggle
  83. Janitors who were fired over union ties to receive up to $1 million in back pay
  84. New Legislation To Stop Norwegian Air International From Undercutting Labor Laws
  85. Indiana Truck Workers Jump-Start Their Union—And Reverse Two-Tier Wages
  86. NLRB Orders Indy Firm To Let Construction Workers Talk Unions
  87. T-Mobile Accused of Fighting a Real Union by Creating a Fake One
  88. Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake to receive $200 million investment from Ford
  89. Union Drops Effort to Restrict U.S. Imports of Raw Aluminum
  90. Detroit Chassis in Avon averts strike by accepting temp workers in union
  91. UAW pushes union representation at Axalta
  92. The Real Story: State employee layoffs
  93. Court Reverse Teacher Tenure in CA
  94. Congressmen push for legislation to keep Ohio steel industry jobs
  95. 40,000 Verizon workers plan to strike
  96. Outrage after big labor crafts law paying their members less than non-union workers
  97. Union Busting: Legal Team Creates Unions To Raid Memberships, Benefiting Employers
  98. United Airlines and union agree to 30% wage hikes over five years
  99. Polar Tank Trailer to close Springfield plant; workers have been striking since Febru
  100. Union members ratify new 5-year contract with Volvo at Dublin truck plant
  101. Nevada Donald Trump’s Las Vegas Hotel Is Officially Unionized
  102. Steel job layoffs highlight need for new trade, infrastructure policies
  103. Boeing plans to cut up to 8,000 airplane jobs
  104. Chicago teachers rally in Loop to cap day of protests
  105. These Workers Are Fighting To Keep Your North Face Jacket From Being Made for Poverty
  106. Texas Prisoners Organize: Threaten to Strike April 4th With IWW Prisoner Union.
  107. Tyson Loses as High Court Upholds $5.8 Million Worker Award
  108. Over 1,000 LA Nurses Finish Weeklong Strike Today, Saying Work Conditions Are Dangero
  109. Farmworkers remember historic Delano-to-Sacramento march 50 years ago
  110. Stop & Shop, union plan to continue negoitations through weekend
  111. Airbus, unionized in Europe, wants no such thing in Mobile
  112. PBGC to Pay Pension Benefits for A&P Grocery Chain Employees
  113. UAW wants to organize Fuyao, local president says
  114. In Union Case, Feds Charge Trump Las Vegas with More Unfair Labor Practices
  115. Railroad Shop Workers Vote No on Merging Jobs
  116. Do You Know Where Your Nabisco Treats are Made?
  117. NLRB Rules in Favor of BCTGM Workers
  118. National Grid workers may strike after contract fails
  119. Corporations Steal Salary from Workers
  120. About 100 Workers Walk Out at Tesla Battery Plant Building Site
  121. UAW 1112 votes in favor of new contract at GM Lordstown
  122. See why NJ union membership is dropping
  123. Labor Board Sides With Trump Hotel Workers In Union Battle
  124. Camaco workers say their low pay proof many manufacturing jobs no longer middle class
  125. SeaTac workers say they aren’t getting $15 an hour, sue 14 employers
  126. With 3 Recent High-Profile Walkoffs, Is the Wildcat Strike Back?
  127. They’re ‘taking from us’ — Western Electric retirees say prosperous union pension fun
  128. Carrier To Close Indiana Plants, Move Jobs to Mexico
  129. In Exchange For Cutting Benefits, This Bankrupt Coal Company Agreed To Pay Executives
  130. Dublin: Tram workers plan strike for St Patrick's Day
  131. After six months, locked-out union at ATI still has hope
  132. CTA fires union steward Erek Slater for enforcing the union contract!... 'An attack o
  133. UAW workers in Flint honor 'battles' of predecessors with White Shirt Day
  134. A huge coal miners’ pension plan is on the brink of failure. One senator is blocking
  135. Machinists union hits back at DOL lawsuit against pension fund trustees
  136. Communications Workers take on Wall Street
  137. Tesoro to pay U.S. West Coast refinery workers $8 million: NLRB
  138. UAW President Bemoans Work Moving to Mexico to Cut Labor Costs
  139. Labor board says KapStone and union have reached impasse
  140. Picket Line Continues At Polar
  141. Union Calls on Bill Clinton to Cancel Speech at UC Berkeley
  142. Union files to represent Uber drivers serving LaGuardia
  143. USW Members Vote to Ratify 3-Year Contract with U.S. Steel
  144. Through collective bargaining !
  145. Union downplays DPW plow drivers situation
  146. Plan to spin off air traffic control generates turbulence
  147. Transit workers union encourages pedicab drivers to organize against proposed Central
  148. ILA walks a 1000 off the port of Newark
  149. Unions, postal customers agree on key USPS reform provisions
  150. PBS’s ‘The Mine Wars’ Shows West Virginia’s Militant, Radical Labor History
  151. United Airlines pilots approve 2-year contract extension
  152. UAW-GM workers at Cruze plant request strike notice
  153. As Obama Visits City, Teacher Sick-Outs Shutter Nearly All Detroit Public Schools
  154. BAE to lay off up to 10 percent of Fort Wayne employees
  155. USW Reaches Settlement with FreightCar America
  156. Boeing, engineers’ union reach tentative agreement that would affect pensions
  157. How the Oscars began as a tool for union-avoidance
  158. Is the legal marijuana industry an opportunity for grassroots organized labor?
  159. Ski Patrols Seek to Unionize U.S. Slopes as Wealth Gap Grows
  160. Hundreds of Sweet'N Low Workers to Lose Jobs as Plant Stops Manufacturing
  161. Potato chip boss to workers: “Screw you and your f**king union”
  162. Thanks for Standing with New York's Original Teamsters Horse-Drawn Carriages
  163. How to Beat Retaliation, Even without a Union
  164. Richmond Baking Company workers strike
  165. UAW receives notice of 936 layoffs at Freightliner plant
  166. Labor turmoil, violence erupted at Kraft plant 40 years ago
  167. Muslims Need to Join a Labor Union
  168. State Pension Woes
  169. The day when three NASA astronauts staged a strike in space
  170. Monroe district must pay $1M in firefighter union-busting case, rep says
  171. Chicago education board: Strike authorization vote invalid
  172. Michigan Teacher’s Unions Lose Numbers (And Their Dues) Under Michigan Right-To-Work
  173. At Boeing and United, Retiring Union Leader Sees Promising Signs
  174. Labor meltdown: Elves threaten historic strike week before Christmas
  175. Southwest Airlines suspends 100 ramp workers, alleges illegal sickout
  176. NLRB to Issue Complaint Alleging Four-Month ATI Lockout is Illegal
  177. U.S. Steel, USW employees reach labor pact
  178. Painters local makes beloved carousel look new again
  179. USW reviewing new U.S. Steel proposal
  180. “No one has ever tried this before”: Mexican, U.S. Workers Bring Employer Charges Und
  181. Your stupid Mr Lucas from keep FedEx union free
  182. Workers At Donald Trump's Las Vegas Hotel Vote To Unionize
  183. The Labor Prospect: Southern Struggles
  184. UAW workers picketing outside Nexteer Automotive as strike begins
  185. Blankenship verdict: guilty on misdemeanor, innocent on felony charges
  186. Sen. Bernie Sanders Meets With Picketing WMUR Workers, Helps Broker A Deal To Reopen
  187. The Entire Labor Movement Should Be Paying Attention to Wisconsin’s Kohler Strike
  188. Boeing plans 737 plant in China, vows no US job layoffs
  189. US: More than 3,000 laid off in closure of Fresh & Easy grocery stores
  190. Huffington Post Workers Vote to Join Union, Continuing Trend in New Media
  191. Ford Motor Company New Expensive Labor Contract Alarms Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and
  192. How Higher Wages For U.S. Autoworkers Could Help You Get a Raise, Too
  193. Labor Demands Will Challenge U.S. Airlines in 2016, Analyst Says
  194. Lockout of L-1626 members enters second month
  195. A Hyperlocal Department of Labor
  196. 5 workers fired after mill strike could get jobs back
  197. Now is the time for a wine union
  198. High court tackles four important cases involving workers, unions
  199. United and Pilots Union Agree in Principle to Extend Contract
  200. Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association
  201. Home Repair Program To Invest $30 Million To Rejuvenate Blighted De
  202. The Sweet Gig of being a
  203. Airport workers plan to strike at region's 4 major airports tonight, Thursday
  204. Kohler workers on strike
  205. Union appeals to GE for payment of scheduled bonus
  206. Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley Back New IKEA Union Organizing Drive
  207. Voting begins Thursday on UAW-Ford contract
  208. Verizon Unions Oppose Legislation in Massachusetts to Deregulate Telecommunications
  209. After Video of Calif. Police Breaking Up Teachers Union Meeting Goes Viral, School Ap
  210. Unions sue GE over retiree health benefits cut
  211. Ford to invest $9 billion -- in U.S. plants this time
  212. Gateway Arch builders remember their accomplishment 50 years later
  213. ATI to terminate health insurance for 2,200 USW workers at end of November
  214. Southwest Airlines pilots overwhelmingly reject proposed contract
  215. PepsiCo: 'Union-busting is busting our children's future!'
  216. NLRB to Prosecute Asarco for Unfair Labor Practices
  217. Strike authorized by 6,000 casino workers in Detroit
  218. El Super workers continue fighting after 720 days with no contract
  219. Grocery union says it has new contract with Raley’s
  220. State workers' union contracts in limbo
  221. Janitorial workers reach 11th hour deal with management association to avert strike
  222. U.S. Supreme Court Decision Will Impact Workers’ Wages & Benefits
  223. Labor Unions Seek Aid From Lawmakers To Repair Crumbling Roadways
  224. Kroger pulling out of big pension plans
  225. D.C. settles long-running dispute over firefighters’ overtime pay
  226. United Auto Workers union threatens General Motors strike
  227. Tappan Zee builder wins again in union wage dispute
  228. Microsoft declines union’s invitation to bargaining table
  229. Unions contribute to affordable housing in NYC
  230. GM to add second shift, 1,200 jobs at Detroit-Hamtramck plant
  231. NLRB rules United Steelworkers Union can continue to represent UniFirst employees
  232. Union workers reach deal with CMHP
  233. No winners: UAW ratifies contract with Mitsubishi
  234. Case pitting N.J. unions vs. Christie administration over pay freeze in limbo
  235. With contract set to expire, janitors union votes to authorize a strike
  236. Negotiations sour between Verizon, IBEW union
  237. B&H Photo workers want to unionize!!
  238. Court says Caterpillar must admit union inspector
  239. Workers Want to Change Dangerous RR Work
  240. Dealmakers Drop a Plan to Divert Millions from the Health Insurance of Retired Coal M
  241. Tentative agreement at Crysler
  242. Al Jazeera America becomes the latest new media organization to unionize
  243. Will the Supreme Court Cripple Unions This Fall?
  244. Marty Beil, Wisconsin Union Leader Who Lost Fight With Walker, Dies at 68
  245. "Employees Are Bitter" as Whole Foods Chops Jobs and Wages
  246. T-Mobile Workers Say the Company Has Repeatedly Engaged in Union-busting
  247. Deere has leverage in labor talks, experts say
  248. The Fight For 15 Just Landed at America’s Busiest Airport
  249. Ford UAW workers threaten strike; FCA-UAW contract hangs in balance
  250. At the ‘Big 3’ grocers, bargaining begins with UFCW