It took almost a month, but Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 100 members officially ratified a new contract after a two-year fight.
All hope seems lost for Brooklyn Health Partners (BHP), but they refuse to let SUNY move on to the next bidder for the Long Island College Hospital (LICH) site.
Fast food workers will not let you forget about their plight.
The energy in the fight for a higher minimum wage in New York hasn’t died down yet.
ndorsements are coming in quickly as the 13th Congressional District race heats up.
Last Thursday thousands of labor unions, community organizations, immigrant groups and elected officials rallied at City Hall Park in favor of better jobs, better conditions and the overall improvement of the working class.
Just when you thought the Long Island College Hospital (LICH) was nearing its conclusion, the winning bidder has met a road block.
For New York City’s public school teachers, happy days are here again.
DC 37, Bill Clinton endorse Rangel for Congress By STEPHON JOHNSON Amsterdam News Staff To some, the tide of support for Rep. Charlie Rangel in his latest congressional run seemed to be turning away from him. Enter District Council 37 ...
Port Authority board members voted unanimously to raise the wages of all contract employees at Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark airports
An affiliate of Workers United SEIU has endorsed Adriano Espaillat for Congress.
A two-year contract dispute between TWU Local 100 and the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) has ended, thanks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Plagiarism by foreign manufacturers threatens to end Ghana’s standing as the maker of world-renowned textile patterns while country becomes an importer of its own imitated products, say local retailers.
Demands for affordable housing and better wages have become a rallying cry for many Americans, and last Thursday was no different. Hundreds of union apartment building workers and nonunion building employees joined with elected officials, affordable housing advocates and local ...
A diverse collection of workers, organizations and advocates have formed a new coalition designed to defend New York’s Scaffold Safety Law and push for increased enforcement of New York’s construction safety standards.