Verizon Wireless workers and elected officials want the telecommunications giant to quash racial discrimination in their midst.
Subcontracted American Airlines workers found an ally in U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker.
Harvard managed to defeat a conservative challenge on its admissions process.
Subcontracted workers took to the Con Edison building in Manhattan to protest for better jobs and better wages.
Latasha French has worked at a Verizon’s corporate office in Irving, TX for 17 years. However, her status as one of the senior employees in the building didn’t shield her from racial discrimination, according to a complaint.
When Bill de Blasio didn’t poll well enough to qualify for the September debates, it was only a matter of time.
On Labor Day a 48-year-old retired NYPD officer was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in a transit parking lot on Arthur Kill Road on Staten Island.
Labor unions celebrated Labor Day this week, but kept one eye toward the future of worker solidarity during conservative rollbacks of their gains.
New York City’s mayor and the schools chancellor touted the latest gains on the state English and math exams, but the state teachers’ union wants them to slow down.
Democratic candidates on the polling bubble are fighting to join the third and fourth debates.