NEW YORK, N.Y.—New York City cab drivers’ financial crisis has now claimed two more lives than Son of Sam did.
New York, NY – Cable-TV giant Charter Communications is pushing ahead with efforts to decertify IBEW Local 3, even as efforts to end the punishing 19-month-old Spectrum strike reportedly continue, and a second audit of its Franchise Agreement with NYC is expected this Friday.
New York, NY – If the fetid tide of white supremacy and hatred Donald Trump and his minions tried riding into the midterm elections wasn’t already familiar to trade unionists, it should be — it’s part of a very old playbook aimed at undermining worker power.
New York, NY – The Building Trades’ #CountMeIn campaign against so-called “open shop” development seized the national stage on Thursday night, holding a surprise demonstration during a live broadcast of Fox NFL Thursday Night Football on West 48th Street.
ALBANY, NY – “Once again, the nation is shaken by the news of another horrific shooting, this time at a bar in Thousand Oaks hosting college students from multiple schools in the area. New Yorkers mourn for the victims of the shooting, including a Ventura County sheriff’s sergeant, and for their families. As the father…
NEW YORK, NY – New York City is opening ExpressCare clinics throughout the five boroughs. Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst – one of three new urgent care centers in operation will provide faster access to medical care for patients who face non-life-threatening conditions. Its expected that these health facilities, open 7 days a week, will ease overcrowding in…
In a most horrific act, anti-Semitism showed its face at the Tree of Life Synagogue on Saturday October 27th in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We grieve with the families and the Jewish community in Pittsburgh and across the United States in the face of this murderous act. Our hearts are broken.
New York, NY – About 200 striking members of the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) rallied in front of the ad agency Bartle, Bogle and Hegarty’s (BBH) Tribeca offices on Thursday, November 1, to bring attention to the company’s abandonment of their 20-year contract with the union.