France Unveils Contentious Labor Overhaul in Big Test for Macron

By AURELIEN BREEDEN August 31, 2017 PARIS — The French government announced on Thursday a plan to overhaul the labor code, a highly awaited and contentious effort to loosen regulations and stimulate the economy that has been met with opposition from...

Sidebar: Unions Come Into the Justices’ Cross Hairs, Again

The Supreme Court is likely to hear a case that revisits a question about public sector unions while shining a spotlight on Justice Neil Gorsuch.

A Polarized Supreme Court, Growing More So

By ADAM LIPTAK April 9, 2017 WASHINGTON — Viewed one way, Judge Neil M. Gorsuch’s confirmation will not do much to change the dynamics of the Supreme Court. His appointment is a one-for-one swap, a conservative replacing another conservative. But...

Union Vote at Boeing Plant Tests Labor’s Sway Under Trump

By NOAM SCHEIBER and CHRISTOPHER DREW February 13, 2017 NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — Boeing came to South Carolina more than seven years ago to establish a second assembly line for its 787 Dreamliner aircraft. At least part of the attraction,...