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Despite continual rumors that a deal on the update to the North American trade agreement is imminent, House Democrats and Trump are far apart. Read more

Working in America

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Marcia Brown

The Duterte regime plants ‘evidence’ on call center union members who declined to scab when U.S. workers walked off the job. Read more

America and the World

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Rank-and-file members of the UAW approve the agreement, but with major opposition from workers whose plants may yet be closed. Read more

Working in America

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Unlike other unions over the last 30 years, CWA has continued to strike—and continued to win. Their enduring preparedness starts with something as simple as wearing red. Read more

Working in America

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The victory sets a standard that their union hopes to match as contracts expire up and down the East Coast. Read more

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Both candidates favor repealing much of the law that slammed the brakes on unions’ growth. Read more

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CEOs, Silicon Valley investors, and techno-academics talk to themselves about new technologies, but workers must have a say in these debates as well. Read more

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The strike has put 1 percent of the city’s workforce on the picket lines, and they want more than higher pay and smaller class sizes—they want a better life for their communities. Read more

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A mixed tentative agreement with no guarantees against outsourcing has some workers vowing to fight on rather than ratify the pact. Read more

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Today on TAP: The UAW is up against an old foe Read more

Tap

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In an industry with lax enforcement of safety standards and where the companies in charge are let off the hook, worker deaths are all too common. Read more

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Newly signed legislation gives bargaining rights to 40,000 workers—presaging the largest unionization drive in many years. Read more

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Up and down the East Coast, SEIU’s janitorial contracts are expiring. D.C.’s janitors expect a better one—and if they don’t get it, they’ll strike. Read more

Working in America

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One policy could facilitate a voice for the fastest-growing, and one of the lowest-paid, occupations in the U.S. Read more

Day One Agenda

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Tap

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The longest nationwide strike at the automaker since 1970 is reawakening a spirit among union members about what it means to take collective action. Read more

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The biggest Auto Workers strike since the financial crisis could serve as a renewal for a union battered by corruption scandals. Read more

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Don’t believe the lies. Today’s unions are growing, expanding, and boosting the wages and economic prospects of those who need them most. Read more

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David Dayen

A coalition of unions representing more than 80,000 workers has authorized a walkout that would begin in October—and used Labor Day to pressure management. Read more

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