AT&T Wireless, DirecTV Workers Walk Off JobAT&T and DirecTV workers who are members of Communications Workers of America walked off the job Friday in protest.
What Will A Hollywood Writers' Strike Mean For Viewers?Negotiations aimed at preventing a crippling strike by Hollywood movie and TV writers are down to the wire.
Thanks Netflix, Amazon, TV Writers Considering StrikeYour favorite television show may be going on an unplanned hiatus in the near future.
O'Hare Airport Workers To Announce Strike Date MondayThanksgiving holiday travelers will learn when hundreds of workers plan to strike this week at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
South Florida Fast Food Workers Take To The Streets In Protests Fast food workers in South Florida have joined their counterparts across the country in a push for $15-an-hour wages.
Germany's Lufthansa Cancels Flights Due To Pilot StrikeMore than 400,000 passengers flying Germany's Lufthansa will encounter cancellations due to a three-day strike by pilots.
University Of Miami Custodial Workers Vote To StrikeMore than 400 custodians at the University of Miami are prepared to go on strike.
Fernandez Mowing Down OpponentsMiami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez came to the team with a lot of hype and through the first-half of the 2013 season, the 20-year-old phenom has lived up to all of the advanced billing.
Legendary Former MLB Union Chief Dies At 95Marvin Miller, the man who helped lead baseball’s union into free agency while revolutionizing the relationship between player and team, died Tuesday at the age of 95 in Manhattan.
Mail Service To Canada Resumes After Work StoppageBeginning Tuesday, United States mail will now be delivered to Canada after postal workers were told to go back to work.
NFLPA Director Says Lockout Is "Near Certainty"National Football Player's Union executive director DeMaurice Smith told Bloomberg News that a player lockout by NFL owners in 2011 is a "near certainty."