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  1. Loss of union muscle widens nation’s income gap
  2. Baltimore and the birth of organized labor
  3. Labor is the backbone of democracy
  4. The economy is steadily improving, but wages aren’t. Could unions be the answer?
  5. 5 myths about unions
  6. KAG West to Pay $4.2 Million
  7. Decline of unions has hurt all workers
  8. St. Louis Teamsters Hold Flood Relief Drive
  9. Organized Labor’s Inferiority Complex
  10. AFL-CIO sees shift toward unions in Virginia
  11. Dear unions: We need you back – the case for a renaissance of American unions
  12. Local 179 Wins $102K for Wrongfully Terminated Teamster
  13. The Forgotten Militants
  14. Unions could make a comeback — if we help them
  15. Teamsters Begin Rolling National Hand Billing Of Albertsons Grocery Stores
  16. Why Now Is the Perfect Time For a Radical Labor Movement
  17. Three Recent Wins Prove Old-Fashioned Union Power Isn’t Dead Yet
  18. When Corporations Lock Out Their Own Workers
  19. Rise Of The Unions
  20. Teamsters Local 202 Turns 100
  21. As Union Power Dwindles, the Rich Get Richer and Corporate Profits Soar
  22. In Albany, Teamsters protest possible pension cuts
  23. As Union Membership Has Fallen, the Top 10 Percent Have Been Getting a Larger Share o
  24. Organizing wins fuel excitement at Teamsters Local 117
  25. Power or intimidation ?
  26. Americans Don’t Miss Manufacturing — They Miss Unions
  27. A Tale of Two Teamsters: Building a Community-Minded Union in Mid-Century St. Louis
  28. Labor Watch February 2016: James Hoffa (Both of Them) and the “Central States” Cracku
  29. Hoffa: Michiganians Demand Action on Pensions
  30. How St. Louis Teamsters Built A Community-Minded Union
  31. Toward a 21st-Century Labor Movement
  32. Elizabeth Warren chides Goldman Sachs, Northern Trust over Teamsters pensions
  33. Unionists Rally for Democracy in D.C.
  34. Sen. Tammy Baldwin urges Treasury Department to back Teamsters
  35. K.C. Teamsters Truck in More Water for Flint
  36. 10 labor strikes bigger than Verizon’s 36,000-worker walkout
  37. Minnesota Rally: “We’re going to overturn this damn law and get our pensions back!”
  38. Teamsters Rally in Washington to Protect Pensions
  39. Solidarity
  40. Local Rider
  41. Crst?
  42. Doctors Unionize to Resist the Medical Machine
  43. Nevada ranks high for union membership
  44. Teamsters Rally in Lima over proposed pension cuts
  45. Central States Retirees: A Wave of Organized Wrath
  46. North Carolina – Teamsters take it to Congressional Offices
  47. Hundreds Rally to Save Pensions at the Minnesota Capitol
  48. A 'banner year' for union organizing
  49. General meetings
  50. Building the Union
  51. Ken Hall on Bill Press show
  52. Teamsters celebrity testimonials
  53. Unions are not holding people back
  54. Senators Hear How Central States Proposals Would Devastate Families
  55. Houston workers fight for promised pensions
  56. For First Time In Years, Labor Resistance Is on the Rise in America
  57. Minnesota Retirees and Teamsters Rock the House
  58. Riled Teamsters at Mpls. meeting voice opposition to pension cuts
  59. A Plan To Defragment the Labor Movement By Rebuilding ‘Federal Locals’ and Central La
  60. Local 728 Delivers in Water Effort for Flint
  61. Union membership slips in Oregon, grows in Washington
  62. Union Membership Grows Nationally in 2015
  63. NLRB: Employers Cannot Block Employees from Taking Photos
  64. Ending the “independent contractor” charade
  65. Wisconsin Leads Nation In Declining Union Membership
  66. S.C. union membership falls in ’15, now lowest rate in the nation
  67. Union membership in North Carolina shoots up in 2015
  68. Union membership rates hold steady in Minnesota, across nation
  69. Union membership in Michigan increased in 2015
  70. Local Teamsters decry potential pension cuts
  71. Pension bomb ticks, threatening us all
  72. The Labor Prospect: Unions in 2016
  73. As Attacks on Unions Continue, Bringing Back the Strike May Be Our Only Hope
  74. What Do Unions Do for the Middle Class?
  75. 10,000 needy families, hospitalized kids aided by Teamsters Joint Council 13 voluntee
  76. Teamsters and Freight; building up America
  77. Teamsters Local 1932 hires new general manager
  78. D.C. Taxi Drivers Accuse Police Of Harassment In Barrage Of Tickets
  79. Arbitrator Rules Parking Employer Created ‘Sham’ Company to Avoid Paying Union
  80. Why Unions Need Saving, and Why Millennials Might Be the Best Ones to Do It
  81. 2015 Year in Review: Grassroots Resistance Points the Way Forward
  82. Shoes For Crews
  83. How did two leaders with Teamsters union shape St. Louis with the ‘total persons’ mov
  84. Amazon..
  85. All I Want for Christmas Is A Union
  86. Ken Hall DECISION MAKERS: 12/13/15 Segment 5
  87. SEIU, Teamsters Mourn San Bernardino Dead
  88. Seattle to let Uber, Lyft drivers unionize
  89. Teamsters give to service members through 'iPods for Wounded Veterans' program
  90. Stronger Unions Are the Way to Rebalance Our Economy
  91. Labor Law Is Failing Us. It’s Time To Push for a New Labor Act.
  92. Teamsters Join with Business, Community to Host N.Y. Job Fair
  93. Prior union experience correlates with voting for pro-labor issues
  94. Labor unions are vital for America’s middle class
  95. Millennials are Revitalizing Organized Labor
  96. Joint Council 53 members learn about Teamster Power!
  97. Organizing the Choke Points
  98. Can “solidarity unionism” save the labor movement?
  99. Labor’s rank and file still believe in collective bargaining’s power to bolster middl
  100. Wealth gap linked to demise of labor unions
  101. As Cadillac Tax Threat Looms, How Can Unions Respond?
  102. Labor created, sustains middle class
  103. “Labor for Bernie” Network Building New Approach to Union Politics
  104. America’s Unions Have Been Consigned to Hell
  105. Farewell to America's Middle Class: Unions Are Basically Dead
  106. Today in labor history: The Erie Canal unites Midwest to East Coast
  107. Labor unions aren't just helpful — they might be 'necessary'
  108. Value of labor can’t be overstated
  109. What gives Unions a black eye!!
  110. With Traditional Unions on the Decline, Can Members-Only Unions Breathe Life Back Int
  111. Decline In Unions Weakens US Middle Class, Reduces Income Mobility Between Generation
  112. Outsourcing distribution has been an effective way for grocers to dump their relative
  113. Corporations Can't Afford What?
  114. The Labor Ruling McDonald's Has Been Dreading Just Became A Reality
  115. Twenty Taylor Farms Workers Hospitalized After Company Tells Employees To Keep Workin
  116. Bosses Must Keep Up Dues Checkoff after Contract Expires, Says Labor Board
  117. There is power in a union: Here’s how we beat inequality & rebalance our economy
  118. Workers paid less than $15 an hour overwhelmingly support unions
  119. The case for unions
  120. The US Tells Other Countries to Respect Unions—Shouldn’t the US Do the Same?
  121. The Future of Work: The Forces Against Organized Labor
  122. Workers seeking respect should look to unions
  123. Retirees brace for hardship as multi-employer pension cuts loom
  124. Three Reasons Labor Unions Will Prevail
  125. On the News With Thom Hartmann: Unions Are Still Good for Workers, and More
  126. We must keep Walker away from the White House!
  127. The Lockout: Corporations' Anti-Worker Weapon
  128. Archbishop Cupich defends unions, criticizes 'right to work'
  129. Cleveland Bakers and Teamsters Pension Fund takes on Wall Street bank traders
  130. Trade Union Children Go Further, Do Better
  131. 5 Vital Lessons From American Labor’s Rise and Fall
  132. Labor Department Awards Teamsters $4.6 Million Training Grant
  133. Evidence Keeps Piling Up: Unions Are Very, Very, Very Good for Workers
  134. Organized Labor’s Challenge In 21st Century America
  135. Catholic priests and the labor movement
  136. Americans' Support for Labor Unions Continues to Recover
  137. Work Overload: Time for a Union Strategy
  138. Percentage of Members in Unions
  139. Remembering the Irish of Labor History
  140. At last, workers are pushing back
  141. NLRB General Counsel Gives Unions an Early Labor Day Present: Electronic Based Union
  142. Rising Arizona membership gives unions something to cheer for Labor Day
  143. Health Care Co-Op Could Play Role In UAW Contract Negotiations
  144. Corporations don't join in on growing love of unions
  145. Union cards: The gift that keeps on giving
  146. Seattle might try something crazy to let Uber drivers unionize
  147. Does anybody notice or care that as private sector unions vanish, so does the middle
  148. Autoworkers Union Passes Strike Authorization Measure
  149. 80,000 in Ireland Protest 'Austerity' Water Bills
  150. KapStone workers on strike
  151. Local labor leaders want crackdown on employee misclassification
  152. ATI Steelworkers Receive Global Union Support
  153. 1,100 union workers to strike at nuclear weapons plant
  154. SEIU home-care workers agree to ‘historic’ contract
  155. Unionized Women Earn More than Nonunionized Women in Every U.S. State
  156. CDT Member Receives Back Pay, Reduced Discipline
  157. 10 years after Katrina: Teamsters recall unprecedented disaster, undaunted response
  158. The Workers’ Voice Fades Without Union Representation
  159. Newark's Baraka eyes jobs, shipping container fees collected for labor union
  160. This Month In Labor History
  161. Days off
  162. Support the Steelworkers at ATI
  163. Former Teamster Hired To Keep Employees From Unionizing
  164. Americans' Support for Labor Unions Continues to Recover
  165. 2,200 ATI workers get ready for picket duty
  166. Rauner names powerful union boss to state labor panel
  167. Meet The Former Teamster Hired To Keep Guitar Center Employees From Unionizing
  168. Bernie’s Fantastic Speech To a Union Audience !
  169. Businesses brace for game-changing labor decision
  170. A union win !
  171. Union to Distribute School Supplies to Children of Locked-Out Workers
  172. Teamsters Remember James R. Hoffa on 40th Anniversary of Disappearance
  173. Why Union Contracts are Good for the Country
  174. IMF: Unionization, Higher Wages Reduce Income Inequality
  175. July 22 No Beer! No Work!
  176. Union boss sentenced !
  177. Minneapolis Teamsters Commemorate '34 Teamsters Strikes
  178. People need to preach importance of unions
  179. As union membership declined, what happened to wages?
  180. Why Joining a Union is Good For Your Well-Being
  181. What's at stake at the UAW contract talks
  182. Saviors From on High
  183. Union reps to meet with contractor over FLETC strike
  184. Labor union brings back food drive to feed the hungry in Maine
  185. 1934 Teamsters’ strike turned Minneapolis from ‘scab’ town to union supporter
  186. Celebrate the Teamster way on the Fourth!
  187. Unions do worker training better
  188. Four Loony Labor Lies We’re Really Sick of Hearing
  189. How Unions Are Preparing for Public Sector Right-to-Work Threat
  190. Organizers Say New Rule Speeding Up Elections Gives Bosses Less Time To Crush Union D
  191. Philadelphia Airport Workers Win Major Victory Against Abusive Subcontracting
  192. Local 120 use food pantry as way to give back to the community
  193. Disability
  194. Strengthen unions to make America stronger
  195. Here's how much more you'd make if you were in a union
  196. Nabisco plant worker asks Emanuel, Obama to save Chicago jobs
  197. 10 States with the Highest Union Membership
  198. Virtual Labor Organizing Could Technology Help Reduce Income Inequality?
  199. Bill would grant states sweeping powers to head off port labor-management disputes
  200. Here's a real summer blockbuster!
  201. 10 things you might not know about unions
  202. We need labor unions !
  203. As Talks Near, UAW Steels for Strike
  204. Unions on opposite sides of Cuomo-de Blasio divide
  205. 1927: Wise “Uncle Dan”
  206. Our Children Need to Hear Us Talk About Unions
  207. Local Rider
  208. Textbooks Ignore, Distort Union History
  209. Got my letter
  210. Committee plans memorial for 1934 Minneapolis strikes
  211. Labor rides a building backlash
  212. How auto dealerships can 'starve' a union drive
  213. De Blasio Cuts Contract Deal With NYCHA Teamsters Union for Raises, Cost Cuts
  214. Meet the labor leader who will face off with GM
  215. 373-1 CEO-Worker Pay Ratio
  216. Today in 1934: Minneapolis Teamsters Vote to Strike All Trucking Companies
  217. Strike energizes organized labor before contract talks
  218. Letter: Unions are the only way to save the middle class
  219. Redefining Union
  220. Labor unions need to fight back during negotiations
  221. Labor Gains Unionizing the Rust Belt's Service Sector
  222. Organized Labor Should Spend the Rest of 2015 Training Workers How to Fight
  223. At home and abroad, the labor movement is coming back
  224. Former Teamster unveils new folk album
  225. Court doesn’t buy racketeering claims based on union’s ‘corporate campaign’
  226. Which side are YOU on?
  227. The Longest Strike
  228. Federal agents raid offices of cement workers union
  229. Agreement would require firm planning natural gas pipeline to use union labor
  230. Ken Hall resigns from the IBT
  231. What’s the future of America’s unions?
  232. Union Legal Victory from Clarence Thomas?
  233. Made in America: Union-Made Easter
  234. The Man Who Brought Solidarity
  235. The rise and fall of US labor unions, and why they still matter
  236. Pension reform
  237. Auto Workers Union Rejects New Wage Deal
  238. Never Forget the Triangle Factory Fire—It's Why We Have Unions
  239. wage theft
  240. Why Unions Are the Seeds of Democracy
  241. How Unions Can Grow Stronger in the Wake of Right To Work
  242. Getting a new steward
  243. White House threatens veto of GOP 'ambush election' bill
  244. Roadblocks to organizing in a revived economy
  245. As the Rich Get Richer, Unions Are Poised for Comeback
  246. Federal agency bolsters two failing pension plans for Teamsters, Longshoremen
  247. The American Labor Movement: United We Bargain, Divided We Beg
  248. Under attack, unions reveal new creativity and militancy
  249. The incredible decline of American unions, in one animated map
  250. New England Workers Win Largest Telecom Strike in History