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Downtown Brooklyn »

Starting at midnight Friday, unionized members of LIU's faculty will no longer be allowed on campus.

Williamsburg »

David Prisco is accused of pelting the agents with eggs and challenging them to a fight.

Battery Park City »

De Blasio said Hornblower is a pro-union employer despite a record of racism and labor-related lawsuits.

Park Slope »

Members of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association are asking for raises.

Park Slope »

Workers at Vegas Auto Spa waged a lengthy battle to unionize, picketing through the winter.

Civic Center »

Norman Seabrook got kickbacks for steering union cash to a Manhattan hedge fund, federal officials said.

Fort Greene »

The union representing Sweet'N Low workers reached a $7 million agreement with Cumberland Packing.

Midtown »

The man told six women and two men he could secure them union positions if they forked over cash.

Sunset Park »

Pedro Bacilio was killed when a building collapsed on Oct. 30.

Murray Hill »

The workers were protesting going five years without a contract. 

Navy Yard »

Managers at B&H's Brooklyn warehouses are engaged in a "Vote No" campaign, according to the union.

Bed-Stuy »

Union workers at 1711 Fulton St. in Bed-Stuy were back on the job Monday after a settlement agreement.

Astoria »

Angel Muñoz, 27, from Ecuador, died when he fell down an elevator shaft on Tuesday, police said.

Chelsea »

Cleaners who lost their jobs shortly after threatening to unionize picketed various WeWork sites.

Bed-Stuy »

Former maintenance workers at a Bed-Stuy complex say new management threatened them and cut wages.