Some people might be tired of hearing about them, but as long as they continue to get paid low wages, fast food workers say they'll keep protesting-- and on Thursday, their actions went global. Spearheaded by the Service Employees International Union, the largest fast food worker strike ever took p ... More >>
In response to class action lawsuits in three states against the McDonald's Corporation that involves wage theft, St. Louis-area fast food workers will protest the hamburger chain in solidarity with their colleagues on Tuesday. The lawsuits involve 27 plaintiffs and include several allegations, inc ... More >>
Photos: Tony D'SouzaOccupy STL protesters march to the MLK Bridge yesterday afternoon.If city officials thought that last weekend's forced eviction of Occupy St. Louis' tent encampment from Kiener Plaza would spell the end of the movement, they were mistaken. Yesterday nearly 1,000 Occupy support ... More >>
I wrote a post yesterday about former employees of a union-backed group called the Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition who say the organization's executive director, John Hickey, thwarted their own attempt to organize. Today Hickey responded to my request for comment, saying, "Pro-Vote's state boar ... More >>
In less than four years, Grant Williams has turned a weak union local into one of Missouri's most potent political forces. So why's he placing all his bets on One-Term Bob?
Protesters say pens are for sheep, not Bush critics
Prop A has billboard companies on the defensive and scrambling to put up more signs