Monday, September 26, 2016

September 26 News Update

As Tribes Fight Pipeline, Internal AFL-CIO Letter Exposes 'Very Real Split'
Jobs, Justice, and the Clean-Energy Future
The Dakota Access Pipeline Fight: Where Does the Standoff Stand?
Michigan Tribe Aims to Block Enbridge Pipeline Spill Settlement
Mariner East 2 pipeline nears final steps for approval
Mexico Extinguishes Fuel Tanker Fire Off Gulf Coast *
Aviation’s Paris Moment’ as Nations Near Emissions Deal *

Black-white wage gaps expand with rising wage inequality

Tony Avelar / Associated Press
Self-driving trucks threaten one of America’s top blue-collar jobs

Leon Neal/Getty Images
Jeremy Corbyn Is Re-elected as Leader of Britain’s Labour Party *
Jeremy Corbyn: most Labour MPs should not fear deselection

Striking nurses, Allina called back to bargaining
Canadian GM workers ratify 4-year labor contract
Business-Backed ‘Anti-Union Union’ Falters at Volkswagen
The heavy price of Santiago's privatised water
Nearly 14,000 Uber And Lyft Drivers Sign Union Cards In New York
Inside DuPont and Monsanto's Migrant Labor Camps
Farmworkers Taste the Fruits of Victory
Junior doctors suspend strike plans due to 'patient safety' concerns
Phone Makers Could Cut Off Drivers. So Why Don’t They? *
Under pressure from union, L.A. County makes it easier for probation workers
60,000 Brazil Bank Workers Strike Against Temer's Labor Reforms
Workers gather in Duluth for Minnesota AFL-CIO convention
Pay Raises, Improved Seniority Language In Berlin Blue Collar Workers’ Contract
Russia, Jailer of Local Separatists, Welcomes Foreign Secessionists *
Socialist Party Sees Deep Losses in Spain Elections *
Too Poor for Proper Plumbing: A Reality in 500,000 U.S. Homes *

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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