The union representing uniformed EMS officers continued to mourn the death of one of their own: Yadira Arroyo.
While much of New York State stayed at home bracing for the storm, Senate Democrats released their priorities for the 2016-17 State Budget. According to elected officials, the letter outlines policies and positions that would have passed if the Democrats ...
Activists, clergymen, elected officials and labors leaders have continued vocal opposition to President Donald Trump. Most recently, these groups gathered outside of 26 Federal Plaza to show solidarity with immigrants who’ve been adversely affected by the current deportation system.
Workers from around New York City rallied in favor of legislation to improve their lives.
Columbia University’s administration challenged the legitimacy of a union election.
A local Fight for $15 organization in Memphis fielded a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city Wednesday.
This past weekend, Democrats elected former Barack Obama labor secretary Tom Perez as chair of the Democratic National Committee.
Andrew Puzder won’t be a member of President Donald Trump’s cabinet.
A local union is making its collective voice heard on the immigration front.
New York City Councilman Danny Dromm of Queens wants to close Rikers Island. The Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association has something to say about that this election season.
Didn’t matter if you had a green card, a work visa or were escaping conflict.
The president of the United States may have changed, but our values should not.
United Federation of Teachers officials called out KIPP Academy Charter School leaders recently for allegedly violating federal labor laws.
Another group of Americans that are worried about Donald Trump’s presidency? Fast-food workers.
Millions of people around the world participated in the Women’s March, with large crowds converging in places such as New York, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Cleveland, Los Angeles, London and even Antarctica.