President Obama’s top labor prosecutor fumbled questions about the agency’s proposed reforms to the union election process during a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing on Tuesday.
A long-time Hillary Clinton supporter who heads the nation’s second largest teachers’ union says she was aware of the former Secretary of State’s personal email address before the New York Times reported its existence two weeks ago.
A judge decided on Thursday that New York City’s Department of Education and teacher’s union must face a lawsuit filed by Campbell Brown that challenges the city’s existing tenure laws.
Wisconsin is on track to become the 25th right to work state after the state assembly passed legislation on Friday.
House Republicans are moving to block President Obama’s top labor arbiter from implementing new union election rules that would give labor groups an advantage in unionization campaigns.
A Pennsylvania nonprofit organization is suing a Philadelphia teachers union to end the practice of paying teachers to do union work on the taxpayer’s dime.
A lawsuit was filed Tuesday against Massachusetts’ ban on businesses making political contributions, claiming corporations should be treated the same as unions—which are free to contribute to political action committees and candidates in the state.
The head of the American Federation of Teachers claimed on Monday that she wanted to see bad teachers removed from classrooms despite previous defenses of teachers caught helping students cheat on tests and others who were inebriated in the classroom.
Bruce Rauner (R.), Illinois’ newly elected governor, signed an executive order ending mandatory public sector union dues on Monday.
A “militant” healthcare union put patients at risk during a weeklong walkout at one of America’s largest healthcare providers, according to company officials.