Union supporters face a setback in Bessemer, Alabama, but indicate the fight isn’t over yet.
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Both sides are preparing for a potentially protracted battle over ballots and labor practices.
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A new front is opening in the fight to reform Facebook and Google—right at the heart of their business model.
AI surveillance cameras. Punishing workloads. Low pay. Worker complaints are piling up, and so are the roadblocks.
Officers’ use of Boston Robotics’ Digidog intensifies concerns about militarization of the police.
In a new book, Alec MacGillis explores the growing divide between winner-take-all cities and everywhere else, and the ecommerce giant at the heart of it.