The Hillary Clinton campaign privately argued that “platitudes” would better serve its defense of forced unionism than details about “fees.”
A federal judge ruled that inflating a giant rat on behalf of organized labor does not constitute manual labor that would entitle workers to overtime.
One of the nation’s largest labor unions continues to pour hundreds of thousands of dollars into the Clinton family’s controversial foundation.
A union challenge to Wisconsin’s right to work law will move to federal appeals court after a district court judge dismissed the suit.
Home health aides in Illinois are fighting to recoup $32 million that was taken out of their paychecks in a coercive unionization scheme that the Supreme Court declared unconstitutional.
The AFL-CIO’s endorsement of a pipeline project expected to create thousands of infrastructure jobs has rankled liberals activists, including a member of AFL-CIO’s coalition.
Federal labor law has long tolerated rough words in picket lines, but a federal judge once considered a prospective Obama Supreme Court appointee is asking regulators to crack down on “racial and misogynistic epithets.”
A major labor union in Ohio is refraining from endorsing a candidate in the state’s contested Senate race, despite having previously backed Democrat and former Gov. Ted Strickland.
The Arizona Supreme Court approved the use of taxpayer dollars to pay union organizers on Tuesday, saying that such arrangements serve a public purpose.
One of the nation’s most powerful unions has been ordered to pay millions of dollars to a Texas janitorial company for its three-year smear campaign aimed at organizing the workforce.