United Auto Workers News
Hillary Clinton Speaks to Supporters on Super Tuesday
Clinton spoke about making "America whole again" after a strong showing on Super Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton Delivers Rousing Speech Following South Carolina Primary Victory
The Democratic presidential candidate builds momentum, says "there is no barrier too big to break."
Weekend Box Office Bombs
Holdovers "The Martian," "Goosebumps" and "Bridge of Spies" took the top three spots at the box office, besting newcomers "Steve Jobs" and "The Last Witch Hunter."
What You Should Know About the Possible UAW Strike Against Fiat Chrysler
A potential strike by the United Automobile Workers union against Fiat Chrysler could have a lasting impact on car buyers. A midnight deadline looms over Fiat Chrysler after the UAW notified the Italian-American carmaker yesterday that the union is ending its labor contract at 11:59 p.m. ET
Flood Waters Raise New Concerns in South Carolina
As flooded waterways continue to rise, officials are now worried 18 dams could burst under pressure.
GM Jumps on Earnings Surprise
GM to boost dividend, pay UAW members $9,000 bonus after strong earnings report.
'Joe the Plumber' Finds New Job, Nasty New Nickname
Looks like “Joe the Plumber” has landed himself a new job – and a new, unsavory nickname. Just four days into his union job at Chrysler, Joe Wurzelbacher says a co-worker called him a “teabagger.” Wurzelbacher catapulted into the national spotlight in 2008 when he...
Obama Discusses American Jobs at Amazon Warehouse
The president visits Internet giant's distribution facility to discuss his future economic plans.
Bankruptcy Judge to Hear Detroit Bankruptcy Case, Blocking Pension Funds' Move to Stop Filing
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes ruled that his federal court will hear Detroit's bankruptcy case, creating an obstacle to the pensioners who challenged the constitutionality of last week's historic $18 billion bankruptcy filing . Michael Nicholson, general counsel for the United Auto Workers,