Workers at the Hunts Point Terminal Produce Market have been peacefully striking since Sunday for better wages and health care.
Seventy-five workers at a major regional food distributor in Fargo, North Dakota are striking to demand COVID-19 protections—as the state faces the highest Coronavirus mortality rate in the country.
Gravediggers employed by one of the country’s largest cemetery and funeral home corporations, StoneMor, are battling for their first union contract—amid a COVID-related increase in burials.
Film industry workers and union reps told VICE that production during the pandemic is going to be risky, expensive, and ruled by compromise.
Amazon is the rumored tenant of a newly approved air cargo facility that working-class residents say would bring more dead end jobs and air pollution to their community.
Anthony Comello—alleged shooter of Gambino boss Frank Cali—flashing what looked like a QAnon symbol in court was part of a larger obsession.
In 2016, US trucking had a shortage of 36,500 drivers.
The trial pitted producers of a popular TV show against old-school union guys in Boston, and the verdict looks like a boon for organized labor in America.
Allegations of slashed tires, misogynistic and ethnic threats, and terrified reality TV producers—this federal case has it all.
The Seattle City Council unanimously passed a law that allows drivers that work for Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing services to collectively bargain.
Claiming to be free of the corruption and mob ties that led to government oversight 25 years ago, the Teamsters have asked to be left alone.