Apple store employees in a Baltimore suburb voted to unionize by a nearly 2-to-1 margin Saturday, joining a growing push across U.S. industries to organize for workplace protections.
A federal judge in Arizona ruled that Starbucks did not have to reinstate or give accommodations to three employees who claim they were retaliated against for organizing a union.
Communications Workers of America, the retail workers' union, said big tech companies like Apple fail to give employees who don't work in an office equal standing and respect.
With support for unions at its highest point since 1965, Democrats hope they can capitalize on that sentiment as they struggle to connect with voters on other issues.
Talks are scheduled to resume Wednesday between the union representing about 47,000 workers and the major supermarket chains.
Firefighters and other municipal workers are protesting New York City's vaccine mandate, which takes effect Monday. If they don't have at least one dose by Friday, they will be put on unpaid leave.
Some 2,000 workers from four facilities have signed cards seeking an election to form a union, according to organizers.
When Bethany Morrow was asked to write a new take on the beloved classic, she agreed on one condition: The new March family would look nothing like the old.
A Los Angeles County judge ruled Monday that District Attorney George Gascón's policy to end sentencing enhancements in criminal cases violates California's three-strikes law.
If workers from Amazon's warehouse near Birmingham vote to unionize in the next two months, they would turn a new page not only for the company but for the region.
Citing a lack of adherence to guidelines, teachers in Little Rock, Arkansas, have refused to teach in-person classes. The district is considering firing them.