Dreamers looking for help from President Donald Trump’s administration have to keep waiting.
President Donald Trump and the Republican-led Senate’s budget push has met the anger of labor union leaders and Democrats. The U.S. Senate is proposing a $5.8 trillion cut to federal spending, including $1.3 trillion from Medicaid and nearly $500 billion ...
Being down double digits in the polls and being beaten in fundraising has made New Jersey gubernatorial candidate Kim Guadagno channel her inner Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump used Twitter again to direct his ire toward an island suffering post-hurricane devastation.
Sunday, President Donald Trump released a 70-point list of immigration demands that have drawn the ire of Democratic politicians and one labor leader.
Late last week, 32BJ SEIU announced its endorsement of candidates in Long Island elections.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency’s recent raids targeted immigrants in sanctuary cities in a four-day operation.
An executive order by New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo will prevent state agencies from asking about a person’s immigration status outside of certain conditions.
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino rejected a bill that would’ve protected undocumented immigrants in his area.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s going out like he came in: fighting against labor.
With many Americans finding a voice of resistance during President Donald Trump’s first year as president, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that unions such as 32BJ SEIU continue to speak out.
Fighting nationally and locally, 32BJ President Hector Figueroa spoke out on behalf of Temporary Protected Status for Haitians and for new legislation in New Jersey that would increase wages for airport workers.
Monday, 32BJ joined fast food workers at City Hall to deliver 3,000 messages to the New York City Council calling on council members to pass a law enabling industry workers to fund their own nonprofit organization with paycheck deductions.
San Diego native Juan Manuel Montes Bojorquez, 23, has lived in the United States since he was 9. He said he had a valid permit.
Donald Trump’s administration continues its war on those it determines to be “undesirables.”