Four Reasons Brett Kavanaugh Is Scary That Go Way Beyond Abortion
Yes, he could cast the key vote reversing Roe v. Wade. But there's a lot more about this guy that should freak you out.
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The Supreme Court Just Declared Open Season on Workers in America
A high court decision Monday makes it easier for your boss to steal from you—and is part of a broad anti-union wave.
This Paris Bikeshare Program Is a Hot Mess
This is what happens when a transportation company can’t scale.
Democratic Campaign Workers are Unionizing for the Midterm Elections
The new Campaign Workers Guild wants progressive candidates to put their money where their values are with staff equity.
Teamsters Found Not Guilty in Bizarre 'Top Chef' Extortion Case
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.
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What This Terrifying, Crab-Butchering Robot Can Teach Us About Automation
Robots aren't always the solution to a labour crisis.
Billionaire Trump Official Claims 'Cocktails and Hors D'Oeuvres' Will Fix US Manufacturing Crisis
Who knew all we needed to do was make factories more like 'Mad Men'?
3,000 NYC Fast Food Workers Sign Petition for Better Conditions and Organizing Rights
The workers are advocating for bills that would tackle the issue of “clopenings” and allow them more latitude to organize.
Dead End: Regulators Blocked a Car-Share App That Aims to Empower Drivers
Despite obstacles, RydenGo continues to challenge the status quo by placing power back in the hands of the workers.
Could a General Strike Against Trump Actually Work?
A modern protest would likely need specific demands and backing from major employers.
This Is How Much You Spend Each Year on Coffee for Your Coworkers
We hope you have a loyalty card.
How Immigrants Are Leading the Fight for British Workers' Rights and Pay
Some of the defining workers' struggles of recent times have been fought by migrants.