Thursday, June 13, 2024

Tag: UAW

UAW challenges Mercedes-Benz union vote, demands new election over alleged unfair...

The United Auto Workers union is contesting a recent vote at Mercedes-Benz’s Alabama plant, citing numerous allegations of anti-union activities by the automaker.

Climate activists and UAW escalate election pressure: Disruptions and endorsements ahead...

Climate activists have disrupted campaign events of major political figures, while the UAW has taken a firm stance in the upcoming 2024 election.

Toyota ignites wage hike wave in wake of UAW’s labor deal...

In a strategic move mirroring the UAW's historic victories, Toyota embraces a wage hike for its U.S. workforce, spotlighting the broader impact of union momentum in the auto industry.

UAW reaches historic labor agreements with Big Three automakers

Union leaders will vote to forward the deal to the entire membership on Nov. 3.

UAW strike expands to Mack Trucks

The tentative contract included a raise of 19% over five years.

Striking UAW member: We’ll strike “as long as it takes” to...

Workers are seeking higher pay, protection of their healthcare benefits, greater job security and a commitment from GM to build more cars and parts in the United States.


Supreme Court justices accepted over $6.5 million in gifts, raising ethics concerns

These findings raise significant questions about judicial ethics and the potential influence of such gifts on the highest court in the land.

Sanders and Omar lead congressional push for Global Wealth Tax as Biden faces crucial...

This initiative, led by Brazil, aims to address the glaring disparities in global wealth distribution and strengthen efforts to achieve tax fairness.

120 countries have signed the Safe Schools Declaration. Sadly, the US isn’t one of...

Should the United States join the Safe Schools Declaration and support the global movement to protect education from attack?

UN passes binding ceasefire resolution as Israel intensifies Gaza bombings

Despite the UN Security Council's call for a ceasefire, Israel continues its deadly assault on Gaza, raising questions about the implementation and enforcement of international resolutions.

When Israel burned refugees alive, establishment media called it a ‘tragic accident’

As the world watched on social media and responded in outrage, US corporate media, once again, provided cover for the perpetrators of Israel’s genocide.