The president blasts AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka while erroneously touting the country's unemployment rate.
In the week leading up to Labor Day, the president's vicious anti-worker agenda has been on full display.
Hours after freezing pay for 2 million federal employees, the president floats the idea of indexing capital gains to inflation.
For starters, the solar energy sector now employs more people than Apple, Google and Facebook combined.
The 2016 election was supposed to be the one in which the interests of the non-elite got a hearing We still have two months to make it happen The 2016 election was supposed to be the one in which the interests of the non-elite got a hearing.
Your typical wage is below what it was in the late 1970s, in terms of what it can buy Yet the American economy is twice as large as it was back then Your typical wage is below what it was in the late 1970s, in terms of what it can buy.
As we celebrate American workers, let’s remember where their future lies. And that is, in part, in the renewable energy sector.
Raising interest rates before employment and wages have recovered would harm working people and the U.S. economy, The New York Times' Editorial Board writes on Labor Day.
Whereas May Day "celebrates the historic power of the working class to oppose its oppression and fundamentally alter society … Labor Day is just another legacy of worker defeat," writes Jonah Walters in Jacobin magazine.