53 million American workers are barely making ends meet. It's time for elected officials to do something about it.
New Economic Policy Institute report finds 29 percent of companies paying workers on average less than $13 an hour require them.
People of color who drive for a living could see significant job loss from automated trucks.
Teamsters join with other labor groups in the "Land of Enchantment" to bar localities from implementing anti-union measures.
How bad is this country’s income inequality problem? The wage gap has grown so wide that increasingly even U.S.
State court hands victory to workers against corporate effort to roll back wages.
Wages for low-income workers are on the way up, according to a new report by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), thanks to increases in the minimum wage. But there are still large, systematic gaps that must be conquered if real income inequality reform is going to take place.
Illinois and New Jersey become the latest states to enact $15 minimum wage, and more are on the way.