The National Labor Relations Board has made a landmark ruling in favor of football players at Northwestern University who claim they are school employees. Currently the decision only applies to private schools, but it is expected to reverberate more widely.
Michigan 'Right-to-Work' Laws Spark Heated Debate on Role of Labor Unions…
Union Leaders Discuss State of U.S. Labor as Attacks Rise, Membership Goes Down…
How powerful are labor unions in the U.S.? Ray Suarez looks at the state of labor unions -- on a day honoring Americans who work -- with the Heritage Foundation's James Sherk, AFL-CIO's Thea Lee and The New York Times'…
Growing dissent among young people and labor union members has sparked rare protests in China. Independent Television News' John Sparks reports from the southeastern city of Xintang, which saw four days of protests in recent weeks.
Judy Woodruff talks to Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO, a voluntary federation of 57 U.S. and international labor unions. Many AFL-CIO members would be affected by pending state-level legislation that would cut collective-bargaining rights for public employees.
President Bush and House leaders came to an agreement on environmental and worker protection guidelines to attach to trade deals with other countries. A trade policy expert talks about the agreement's significance.
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