Donald Trump's victory surprised pollsters, political pros and the media. But in late 2015, union leaders saw his support boom among their workers.
Emails show what the left can expect from a Clinton presidency.
Over the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend, leaders of America's largest union federation faced tough questions about the role of police unions in the movement.
AFL-CIO political director Mike Podhorzer warns Democrats they haven't made a 2014 case yet.
East Coast vs. West Coast.
While the progressive movement rallies around Michael Brown, some service unions and police unions are dividing.
"Since SEIU is not part of the AFL, we won't be participating in that process."
"We try to keep the unions from having a hobby," AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka says.
No matter what, it'll take some cooperation from the White House. "Let's not spend 90 minutes pissing on Obamacare," one AFL-CIO leader said at a recent New York event on health care.
Can unions rise again in the South? The labor world will be watching as one union tries to organize the plants of two major commercial jet companies — one in South Carolina and the other in Alabama.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka emphasizes income inequality, minimum wage, and immigration reform in audio message to President Obama.
A new labor liaison. And complaints about the Christmas Card list.
“Bottom line, we’re very close. I’d say we’re 90 percent there. We have a few little problems," Sen. Schumer says.
"Every time you make progress … the unions come in the next day and throw something else on the table. They keep moving the goal posts," says a lobbyist.
"Workers' Voice" will organize labor against "corporate and 1% money."