AFL-CIO

De Blasio Squeaks Into Iowa

Audio glitch causes mayor's voice to sound high

New York City mayor Bill de Blasio's voice sounded high and squeaky as he remotely addressed an AFL-CIO event in Iowa on Wednesday.

AFL-CIO Income Inequality Report Uses Dubious Data

Critics say union's CEO pay report ignores economic reality

America's largest union used suspect data to inflate the divide between workers and their bosses. The study includes part-time and global workers and uses the mean compensation for CEOs, rather than the median figure, which some experts argue creates a more accurate comparison. 

AFL-CIO President Opposes Green New Deal

'Workers' interests weren't completely figured into it'

AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka expressed opposition to the Green New Deal during a forum hosted by the Economic Club of Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.

AFL-CIO Has a Union Problem

Janitors, support staff vote to strike against America's largest labor group

Workers at AFL-CIO's Washington, D.C., headquarters are fed up with the "anti-union" attitude of America's largest labor union.

Teamsters Scold Pa. Members for Voting Trump

State council warns members not to vote the 'wrong way' in midterms

The Pennsylvania Teamsters scolded its members for helping President Donald Trump capture the White House in 2016 and warned of dire consequences if they break from the union slate in 2018.

Labor Holds Out on NAFTA Renegotiation

AFL-CIO praises progress but needs more information before endorsing

Labor unions are holding off on endorsing the Trump administration's renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Trump Slams AFL-CIO Leader for Sunday Show Comments

Richard Trumka under fire after claiming administration actions that 'hurt workers outpace' those that 'help workers'

President Donald Trump on Monday responded to criticisms Richard Trumka, the president of the AFL-CIO, leveled at administration policies aimed at uplifting the American worker.

Big Labor Spends Big Money to Overturn Right to Work

Missouri AFL-CIO affiliate & allies raised 3x more money than pro-Right to Work groups

Labor unions across the country are paying big money to defend forced unionism, pouring millions of dollars into a Missouri ballot initiative to overturn the state's right-to-work law.