Dallas Morning News Staff Votes To UnionizeThe staff of the Dallas Morning News voted to unionize Friday, becoming the first newspaper in Texas to do so amid a recent wave of labor organizing at news outlets across the country.
DPS Troopers With Larger Waistlines Face Termination, Lawsuit FiledThe Texas Department of Public Safety Officers Association is suing over a new policy that states officers with larger waistlines can lose their job.
MLB, Union To Discuss Opioids Testing After Skaggs DeathMajor League Baseball and the players' association will discuss the possibility of more widespread testing for opioids following the death of Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs.
Dallas-Based AT&T, Union Say 20,000 Striking Workers Are Back On The JobThe picket lines are gone. The Communications Workers of America and AT&T say 20,000 workers in the Southeast who went on strike over the weekend are coming back to work.
Catering Workers Protest At American Airlines HQ, 58 ArrestedAirline catering workers are calling on the world's largest airline to take action to end what they call poverty wages and unaffordable health care in the industry.
Judge Grants American Airlines An Order Against 2 UnionsJudge grants American Airlines an order against 2 unions
Southwest Airlines Mechanics Approve Contract, 20% RaiseSouthwest Airlines mechanics have approved a five-year contract that adds up to a 20% raise.
Bill Aimed At Roofing Regulation Faces Uphill BattleA new measure that would regulate the roofing industry has passed a major hurdle this year, despite similar efforts dying in previous sessions.
Texan Sentenced For Trying To Blow Up Confederate StatueA 26-year-old man was sentenced to more than six years in prison for attempting to blow up a Confederate statue last summer at a Houston park.
Texas Firefighters With Cancer Often Denied Workers' CompUnion leaders and state lawmakers say many Texas cities are denying workers' compensation to firefighters with cancer.
Divided Supreme Court Sides With Businesses Over WorkersA divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that businesses can prohibit their workers from banding together in disputes over pay and conditions in the workplace.
Staff Of The Satire Website The Onion Has UnionizedWorkers at the website and its sisters, A.V. Club and ClickHole, will be represented in collective bargaining talks by the Writers Guild of America East.
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.