The union for the second largest school system in the United States went on strike Monday.
President Donald Trump said last month that he’d take credit for the government shutdown.
The union representing autoworkers wants to take General Motors to task.
The holidays came early for members of Teamsters Local 237.
The next four weeks can decide the fate of public housing in New York City.
A ruling in Texas could threaten the lifeline of the Affordable Care Act.
New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “First 100 Days” speech didn’t surprise many this week. But the governor stating things he previously said quietly or that were pure speculation by pundits did its job in putting Albany on notice.
“I believe in getting right up in their face,” Gwen Carr told the AmNews Tuesday. “I don’t believe in phone calls and letters because those go unanswered.”
Critics of Amazon’s deal with New York City continue to be loud and forceful.
Graduate Workers of Columbia-UAW and Columbia Postdoctoral Workers-UAW approved a framework agreement with Columbia University that includes union recognition for all 5,000 workers and will begin contract negotiations in February 2019.