(NEW YORK) -- The number of striking workers in the U.S. more than doubled last year due to massive work stoppages carried out by autoworkers, nurses and Hollywood writers and actors, according to a study released by Cornell University on Thursday.The total number of... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- After carrying out dozens of strikes in Iraq and Syria last week, the U.S. will take "more action" against Iran-backed militants in response to a deadly drone attack on an American base in Jordan, the White House's national security adviser said Sunday."This was... Read More.
(LONDON) -- Tens of thousands of women in Iceland, including the prime minister, are on Tuesday set to take part in the European nation's first full-day women's strike in 48 years.Known as the "Kvennafri," or "Women's Day off," the scheduled walkout is in protest... Read More.
By now, most people are aware that Hollywood actors can't make the rounds to promote a movie or TV show they've worked on — rare exceptions notwithstanding — because of SAG-AFTRA strike rules.However, in a new development, the union is apparently
(NEW YORK) -- Tens of thousands of striking employees at the Big 3 automakers are receiving $500 a week in substitute pay from the United Auto Workers -- roughly half of their previous income.Some workers will need to draw on savings or support from... Read More.
(FLINT, Mich.) -- Police in Michigan are looking for an auto plant employee who they say struck a group of picketing auto workers with their vehicle outside a plant Tuesday afternoon.Chief Matthew Bade of the Metro Police Authority of Genesee County told ABC affiliate WJRT... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden will join the United Auto Workers picket line Tuesday in his strongest show of support yet for union members striking against General Motors, Ford and Stellantis.Biden announced Friday on X that he would travel to Wayne County, Michigan, "to... Read More.
(DAYTON, Ohio) -- The parents of a non-verbal boy with autism are demanding answers after surveillance video appeared to show a Dayton Public Schools (DPS) employee striking their son, causing him to fall to the ground."He wasn't doing anything wrong," Taneshia Lindsay, mother of... Read More.
(DAYTON, Ohio) -- The parents of a non-verbal autistic boy are demanding answers after surveillance video appeared to show a Dayton Public Schools (DPS) employee striking their son, causing him to fall to the ground."He wasn't doing anything wrong," Taneshia Lindsay, mother of 3-year-old... Read More.