Companies like Macy's, Walmart and Target are already beginning to take the joy out of the holiday season by notifying their employees they will need to work on Thanksgiving.
The enactment of NAFTA and other bad trade agreements have led to more than a million lost U.S. jobs. Voters need to let lawmakers know we don't need any more anti-worker deals.
Public overwhelming tells Congress it opposes lengthening the workweek for truckers, fears for its safety if driver hours are increased.
Lawmakers need to hear the voice of the people, not just those of the powerful. And that begins by curbing corporate welfare.
Consumers are increasingly turning their backs on their local supermarket and the good paying jobs they provide. It's time to educate them on why that's bad for their neighbors and themselves.
Republicans say they care about families. So why are they standing in the way of legislation that would guarantee equal pay to women in at work?
Corporations and their political cronies are pulling out all the stops in key swing states to try and stop hardworking Americans from voting. Showing up at the ballot box is the only way to beat them.
The Obama administration is doing all it can on its own to end corporations buying foreign companies and fleeing overseas for the tax break. Congress needs to step up and put an end to it once and for all.