The Chicago Bears will see some unfamiliar faces on the field when the season starts Sunday September 9th. That's becasue the labor strife between the National Football League and its referees will continue into the regular season.
Hundreds of Chicago Teachers Union delegates met Wednesday evening for an update on contract negotiations. And in a largely symbolic show of support for the union, they voted to give their president a power she already had: the ability to issue a ten-day strike notice at her discretion.
While the U.S. economy has struggled in the last decade, South America's has thrived. And as the U.S. deals with near record poverty, South American countries are ramping up social spending and broadening their safety nets. For the first time, it looks like the U.S.
Indiana House Democrats ended their three-day boycott on Monday but they could be right back at it Tuesday. That’s because House Republicans are moving fast to get so-called right-to-work legislation approved as early as this week.The House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee plans to meet
The union representing staff at Chicago libraries picked up discussions Friday with the city for the first time since the library system announced that it would close all neighborhood branch locations on Mondays for the foreseeable future.