With US approval and privatization the goal, the government is targeting organized labor.
A talk with AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka on the state of the labor movement and plans for the future.
Bob King, the new UAW president, has dusted off the union and renewed its activist traditions.
Profits are booming, but Mott's is demanding benefit cuts. Workers are fighting back.
His single-minded pursuit of growth alienated allies. Did it produce the gains he promised?
Holding the budget hostage while state unemployment tops 12 percent, California growers and their political allies have slashed funding for schools and social services. The March for California's Future is challenging the stranglehold that big agriculture exerts over the state.
The multinational mining giant Rio Tinto has uprooted unions, slashed wages and abused employees all over the world. Now workers at its California facility are fighting a lockout.
Can the labor movement overcome UNITE HERE's messy breakup?
As he mounts his run for AFL-CIO president at a moment of opportunity and peril for American workers, Richard Trumka calls for no less than a new social compact.
Taxing benefits may raise money for Obama's healthcare reform, but it would betray union members who gave up wage increases in order to get decent coverage.