Alexandra Bradbury

In local after local, auto workers voted down a national deal with Chrysler, aiming to force their union bargainers back to the table. Some call the contract a "bridge to nowhere."

A new committee of AFSCME 3299 members wants the union to aid social movements for racial justice. But the group's first step is more modest: starting one-on-one conversations.

Riding a wave of anger at pension cuts and other concessions, the campaign that's challenging President James Hoffa in 2016 has collected more member signatures than any other opposition ticket in the union in two decades.

On the heels of one-day strikes, Washington's highest court announced it will start charging a penalty of $100,000 a day for illegally underfunding public schools.

Eight years after accepting a drastic two-tier system of wages and benefits—and nearly a decade since the first tier got a raise—the United Auto Workers are bargaining with the Big 3 automakers.

It’s this year’s biggest private-sector bargaining, covering 100,000 workers. But the national deal due June 4 may reveal widening cracks in the giant health system's celebrated partnership with unions.

Are the chickens finally coming home to roost for Teamsters brass? After the Hoffa administration forced concessions onto unwilling members, opponents are teaming up in the 2016 race.