Organized Labor Case Goes In Front Of Supreme Court The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case that could deal a painful financial blow to organized labor.
NFLPA Preparing For "War" Over New Labor AgreementThe executive director of the NFL Players Association quickly said "no" Thursday when asked about the current 10-year collective bargaining agreement getting extended beyond the 2020 season.
MLB Owners Hopeful Of Fixing Pace Of Play Without ShowdownArizona Diamondbacks owner Ken Kendrick is hoping Major League Baseball and the players' association can work out a deal to improve pace of play without imposing changes on the union unilaterally.
Formerly Furloughed AA Pilots Hoping For Pay Scale IncreaseThe pilots hoped leaders of their association would have approved a deal hashed out with American's executives last month, but association leaders want more time to study the issue.
American Says It Has Found Pilots For Most Christmas FlightsOfficials with American Airlines now say only a few hundred of its late December flights remain without pilots scheduled to fly the plane.
American Airlines Glitch Could Strand Thousands Of Holiday FlightsA spokesman for the airline said Wednesday that American expects to avoid canceling flights by paying overtime and using reserve pilots.
Fights At Florida Airport After Spirit Airlines Canceled 9 FlightsSeveral law enforcement officials were forced to step in at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Monday night when passengers became upset when Spirit Airlines canceled nine flights.
Immigrants, Unions March In US For Rights, Against TrumpImmigrant and union groups will march in cities across the United States on Monday to mark May Day and protest against President Donald Trump's efforts to boost deportations.
American Airlines Attendants To Get 1.6 Percent Pay IncreaseAmerican Airlines flight attendants will receive a 1.6 percent wage increase after the union sought a more than 8 percent pay hike.
Texas Senate Approves Ending Public Payroll Union Deductions The Texas Senate has given preliminary approval to ending voluntary payroll deductions of union dues from state and public employee paychecks.
Leaders Of American Airlines Pilots' Union Blast CEOSupport from labor unions was critical when Doug Parker's US Airways forced a merger with American, but now the CEO of the world's biggest airline is under fire from unions unhappy about pay that lags rates at rival Delta.
Texas Union Dues Bill Draws Early QuestionsA bill barring voluntary payroll deductions of union dues from state employee paychecks is drawing questions as it begins a long, potentially contentious journey through the Texas Legislature.

More From CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Drip Pan: CBS Local App
Drip Pan: Weather App
Drip Pan: Only CBS

Watch & Listen LIVE