Teamsters president James Hoffa said he welcomed President Trump's overtures to the unionized workforce this week and praised the New Yorker for his quick action on future pipeline projects.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said President Trump's meeting with several union leaders was a "great act of political larceny" to the Democrats' detriment.
Workers for the Service Employees International Union, or SEIU, are striking today at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee joined Happening Now to discuss which of the two major presidential candidates the working class will gravitate toward.
The National Labor Relations Board wants to force companies to give workers’ phone numbers and addresses to unions ahead of labor elections.
In a precedent-setting case for college football, the NLRB has ruled that Northwestern University football players can unionize. Judge Napolitano analyzed the ruling on Fox and Friends.
Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr. reported this morning on new concerns about whether the federal government is applying pressure on businesses to unionize.
We heard an unbelievable story on Fox and Friends this morning about a Philadelphia businesswoman who says she has been repeatedly harassed by union workers. And because of a little-known law from the 1930s, none of the menacing tactics are illegal.
Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) sat down with Bill Hemmer this morning to give us his take on a controversial story coming out his home state. Last week, in a blow to organized labor, workers at the Volkswagen factory in Chattanooga voted against representation by the United Auto Workers union (UAW).
A comment about race and unions on MSNBC touched off a heated debate this morning between The Five co-hosts Bob Beckel and Andrea Tantaros.