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Wednesday

EV maker Tesla is facing a major labor action in Sweden

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Friday

High-profile strikes could start to reverse decades-long decline in job actions

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Sunday

LA hotel workers strike for better housing

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Saturday

Breakthrough in UAW strike, but workers prepared to hold out until a fair agreement

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Thursday

UAW members hold picket signs near a General Motors Assembly Plant in Delta Township, Mich., on Sept. 29, 2023. The UAW is gradually tightening the screws on the Big Three automakers as it pursues new contracts. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Wednesday

Frontline health care workers hold a demonstration outside Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center on September 4. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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75,000 Kaiser nurses, pharmacists and other workers have walked off the job

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Workers at Kaiser Permanente are poised to go out on strike

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Friday

Some 75,000 health care workers at Kaiser Permanente near a nationwide walkout

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Frontline health care workers hold a demonstration on Labor Day outside Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center in Los Angeles, Monday, Sep. 4, 2023. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Overworked and understaffed: Kaiser workers are on the brink of a nationwide strike

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Thursday

Ten of thousands of Kaiser healthcare workers could strike over understaffing

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Friday

UAW workers picket outside of the Stellantis Mopar parts facility in Naperville, Ill., on Sept. 22, 2023. The union is expanding its strike against GM and Stellantis citing the lack of progress in talks for a new contract. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Thursday

Fast approaching UAW strike deadline could expand walkouts to more auto plants

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Wednesday

The UAW's hard bargain in ongoing negotiations with the Big Three automakers is being driven by concessions the union made in 2007. Auto workers have felt the impact of those concessions to this day. Sarah Rice/Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

In this Wednesday, May 8, 2013 photo, Jeff Caldwell, 29, a chassis assembly line supervisor, monitors the assembly line at the Chrysler Jefferson North Assembly plant in Detroit. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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UAW President Shawn Fain makes an appearance with striking workers at the Ford Assembly Plant in Wayne, Mich. on Sept. 15, 2023. The UAW started a strike at three plants of the Big Three in the Midwest. It's the first time the union is striking against the top three Detroit automakers at once. Matthew Hatcher/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Thursday

A United Auto Workers member walks in the Labor Day parade in Detroit on Sept. 4, 2023. The UAW is on the verge of a historic strike unless it can clinch a deal with the Big Three automakers by a deadline on midnight. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Wednesday

United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain talks with members at a Labor Day parade in Detroit, on Sept. 4, 2023. Fain plans to undertake strategic strikes at Big 3 automaker plants if talks fail on a new contract. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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General Motors CEO Mary Barra made nearly $29 million in 2022. This amount is 362 times the median GM employee's paycheck, according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Sky-high CEO pay is in focus as workers everywhere are demanding higher wages

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Thursday

United Auto Workers members march while holding signs at a union rally held near a Stellantis factory Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2023, in Detroit. Mike Householder/AP hide caption

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Why autoworkers are asking for a 46% pay raise

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Thursday

Striking hotel workers rally outside the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown Hotel on Tuesday, July 4, 2023. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes) Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Political scientists confront real world politics dealing with hotel workers strike

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Political scientists are in the middle of a hot button issue: striking hotel workers

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Tuesday

The 'Marion County Record' that police raided has a history of hard-hitting reporting

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Saturday

Eric Meyer, publisher and owner of Marion County Record in Kansas, reads the latest edition of his newspaper. John Hanna/AP hide caption

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Small Kansas paper raided by police has a history of hard-hitting reporting

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