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Thousands of conductors, engineers, train and yard workers will return to work Tuesday after an agreement between Canadian Pacific Railway and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference ended a two-day …

Russia’s war in Ukraine could mean changes for Ed Kessel’s farm along a quiet stretch of western North Dakota. Worldwide, farmers like Kessel are weighing whether to change their planting …

With some workers across the U.S. threatening a walkout, The Walt Disney Co. finds itself in a balancing act between the expectations of a diverse workforce and demands from an increasingly …

Union workers were pulled from the job at the Chevron Corp. oil refinery in Richmond, Calif., earlier this week just hours before the start of the strike at the gasoline producing plant in …

A turf war over who polices the New York region’s busy ports is coming to a head, pulling the U.S. Supreme Court into a dispute over the future of the watchdog commission formed nearly 70 years ago …

Labor board issues complaint against Starbucks

The National Labor Relations Board has issued a complaint against Starbucks following accusations that the coffee company retaliated against two employees who were working to unionize their store in …

Did Amazon break laws?

Federal lawmakers followed through on their threat to seek a criminal investigation of Amazon, asking the Justice Department to investigate whether the tech giant and senior executives obstructed …

Teachers have been working longer hours. They’re more stressed out. And many say they’ve considered quitting. Yet the vast majority of teachers have stayed in the profession throughout the …

'The best of us': Biden promises improved care for veterans

President Joe Biden this week said U.S. veterans were the "backbone, the spine, the sinew" of the nation, as he pushed for better help for members of the military who face health problems, including …

Housing, home care among state budget priorities

New York's Democratic-controlled Assembly and Senate are both pushing to boost funding for housing and home care in this year's budget. Legislative leaders have spent weeks negotiating with Gov. …

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