President Joe Biden's support for the United Auto Workers might have harmed his push for a faster transition to electric vehicles.
The regulation is part of a suite of new restrictions on hotels sought by the local hotel workers union.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten misses a pretty big reason why families are leaving traditional public schools.
A new joint employer rule from the NLRB threatens to fundamentally change the business relationship between a franchise and its parent company.
A plan to have the state take control of Maine's two private electric utility firms has divided the political left.
The world's largest union of pilots says this requirement is necessary for safety and not unduly burdensome, but its data are misleadingly cherry-picked.
The president voiced support for the union's goals on the picket line but companies are already struggling to build fuel-efficient cars that Biden wants to prioritize.
Less than 1 percent of American workers are union members in manufacturing jobs. But you'd never know that by watching our politics.
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"He said, you strike, you're fired. Simple concept to me. To the extent that we can use that once again, absolutely."
Labor actions largely respond to policies that cause widespread pain.
Stacy Davis Gates, the president of the Chicago Teachers Union, previously said school choice is for "racists."
Instead, Donald Trump is proposing a 10-percent automatic tariff on all imports, a trade policy even worse than Biden's.
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The former Cheers producer explains why the studios are failing, the writers and actors are missing the big picture, and creators fear their audience.
The Labor Department is officially undoing changes made to help combat inflation in the 1980s.
Better policing could solve the police-recruiting crisis.
Between A.I. and TikTok, the actors and writers will be returning to a changed industry.
The legislation—which was introduced in response to the derailment in East Palestine, Ohio—pushes pet projects and would worsen the status quo.
The teachers union head honcho is trying to engage in some astonishing revisionism, claiming she actually wasn't opposed to school reopening.
Their last strike previewed the struggles of the streaming era. This one might be giving us an early taste of the age of artificial intelligence.
It's been nearly three years since New York repealed its police secrecy law, and departments are still fighting to hide misconduct records.
Teachers unions, police unions, and prison guard unions have inordinate control over public policy, and California is suffering the consequences.
In countries that privatized, there are fewer delays and costs are lower. But labor unions and the private plane lobby stand in the way.
Politicians say they want to subsidize various industries, but they sabotage themselves by weighing the policies down with rules that have nothing to do with the plans.
The legislation, which forbids shipping anything between American ports in ships that are not U.S. built and crewed, is just another a special deal that one industry has scammed out of Congress.
Most independent contractors don’t want the PRO Act anyway.
Four of the 12 unions representing workers on America's freight rail lines have voted to reject a new contract.
The constitutional amendment is an attempt to undermine the state's flat income tax system.
Collin College fired Suzanne Jones in 2021, after she voiced support for union activity and the removal of Confederate monuments.
Amendment 1 would grant public workers collective bargaining power over just about anything that affects them, ignoring the will of voters and lawmakers.
Having a city council secretly dominated by people with racist views is troubling, but having an entire political system controlled by one special interest group is also scandalous.
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After a whole year of COVID-related learning loss, kids are now losing out on even more instructional time thanks to Seattle's teachers union.