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Strike Forces Carnegie Hall to Cancel Opening Night for First Time Ever

A strike by stagehands forced the hall to remain shuttered Wednesday.

Midtown »

Fast Food Workers Rally for Higher Pay in Day of Protests

Workers from McDonald's, Burger King and other chains rallied to demand better labor conditions.

Chelsea »

Service Employees Union Endorses Corey Johnson For Quinn's Council Seat

Johnson is facing Yetta Kurland and Alexander Meadows in the upcoming primary.

New York City »

After Month-Long Strike, School Buses Will Be Rolling Wednesday

Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said he expects all buses to be back on the road Wednesday.

Elmhurst »

Unions Back Proposed MLS Stadium in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

Arguing that development will create jobs, three labor unions have come out in support of an MLS stadium.

Civic Center »

Union Unveils Bloody MTA MetroCards in Push for Slowdown

The cards are part of a campaign to slow trains as they enter stations, following a rash of deaths.

New York City »

School Bus Driver Strike Continues for Second Day

Two men were arrested Wednesday as the Amalgamated Transit Union kicked off their strike, police said.

New York City »

School Bus Strike Leaves 150,000 Kids Looking for New Way to School

Tens of thousands of parents tried to find other routes to school Wednesday morning.

New York City »

School Buses Running Monday Morning, But Strike Still Looms, Officials Warn

School bus drivers were on the roads Monday morning, but could still strike later this week.

New York City »

Ex-FDNY EMT Working to Unify City's Emergency Workers

Walter Adler hopes to create a citywide EMS advocacy organization.

New York City »

Con Ed Ends Lockout Ahead of Severe Thunderstorm

Con Ed had announced it would allow workers to return to their posts before a storm slams New York.

Union Square »

Thousands of Locked Out Con Ed Workers Rally as Labor Talks Resume

Con Ed workers rallied Thursday at company headquarters as leaders headed back to the bargaining table.

New York City »

Arbitrator Halts Bloomberg's Plans to Fire Teachers at Struggling Schools

An arbitrator has ruled in favor of the teacher's union, halting the removal of teachers at 24 schools.

New York City »

Bill Blocking Release of Teacher Evaluations Appears Dead

Gov. Cuomo's bill to release teacher evaluation data only to parents appears dead.

Elmhurst »

Elizabeth Crowley Picks Up Endorsement from Medics Union

Emergency medical workers support Elizabeth Crowley for the sixth congressional district seat.

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