Congressional Republicans will introduce legislation to overturn a controversial National Labor Relations Board decision and protect workplaces from backdoor unionization.
The National Labor Relations Board is attempting to sanction a California newspaper despite a federal appeals court’s decision that such a ruling threatened the publisher’s First Amendment rights.
A controversial nonprofit organization that critics accuse of acting as a labor front group received a lucrative grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in March.
One of the Democratic Party’s largest political contributors must pay a former employee who was fired from his job because he refused to donate to a union political action committee (PAC).
Controversial National Labor Relations Board member Richard Griffin previously worked for a union that has been sanctioned for racial discrimination.
The Ready for Hillary Super PAC has signed on famed Democratic fundraiser Susie Tompkins Buell, who co-founded clothing line Esprit in 1968.
The activists who organized Tuesday’s nationwide strike against Walmart refused to criticize leftwing groups that have taken the mega retailer’s money.
A second federal appeals court has struck down President Obama’s 2012 recess appointments to the NLRB as unconstitutional.
The Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee voted to send President Barack Obama’s controversial nominee for labor secretary to the full Senate on Thursday morning.
Hispanic activists vowed during a Wednesday march to keep a watchful eye on how Republicans treat Tom Perez, President Barack Obama’s sole Latino cabinet nominee.