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We say goodbye to long time Teamster Brother Frank Lemos.
Brother Lemos was a driver for Lucky Stores for over 30 years and a Local 952 Shop Steward.
As soon as we know more on his memorial service we'll post.

Anaheim Convention Center Negotiation Team Member
Michelle Grayson Anderson, Jordan Brandman, Anaheim City Council and Business Representative Norma Lopez.

UCSD Skilled Trades & Clerical Employees are Fighting for Fair Raises, a Fair Contract, and to Protect our Pension

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

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Wednesday, May 31, 2016
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Hedge Fund Managers Work to Stanch Loss of Investors

How Donald Trump Bankrupted His Atlantic City Casinos, but Still Earned Millions

The Overinflated Fear of Being Priced Out of Housing

Funeral procession carrying Ali's body begins

Funeral procession carrying Ali's body begins

Live updates: Muhammad Ali’s memorial service has started
June 10, 2016

Muhammad Ali dies at 74; boxing great shook up the world in and out of the ring

Times, Literally, Stops the Presses for Ali

Muhammad Ali, boxing icon and global goodwill ambassador, dies at 74

Where Nearly Half of Pupils Are Homeless, School Aims to Be Teacher, Therapist, Even Santa

California Senate Race Is a Tale of Diversity and a Flailing G.O.P.

John Adams Was a Hermaphrodite?

Payday Loans’ Debt Spiral to Be Curtailed

California Looking Less Like a Sure Thing for Hillary Clinton

Where Nearly Half of Pupils Are Homeless, School Aims to Be Teacher,
Therapist, Even Santa

by Elisabeth A. Harris, The New York Times
June 6, 2016

Bringing Back Bill
by Jim Hightower, Nation of Change
June 5, 2016


Looming HUD funding cut could affect homeless women, children
by Theresa Walker, OC Register
May 31, 2016

- Ranking Member Maxine Waters -

Rise of Donald Trump Tracks Growing Debate Over Global Fascism
By Peter Baker, The New York Times
May 28, 2016

Old and on the Street: The Graying of America’s Homeless

The emergence of an older homeless
population is creating daunting challenges
for social service agencies and governments
already struggling to fight poverty.

Can Donald Trump Win? These Battleground Regions Will Decide

Sanders breathes life into a Florida professor’s unlikely bid to oust the DNC chair

May 29, 2016

L.A. will convert motel units to 500 apartments for homeless vets
May 27, 2016

Bernie Sanders Derides Pick of Clinton Allies as Convention Committee Leaders

Rise of Donald Trump Tracks Growing Debate Over Global Fascism




Florida Democratic Race Echoes Top of Ticket: Progressive vs. Establishment

Hillary Clinton Is Criticized for Private Emails in State Dept. Review

Bernie Sanders Makes a Campaign Mark. Now, Can He Make a Legacy?

Bernie Sanders’s Feud With the Democratic Leadership Heats Up

Hillary Clinton Declines Invitation to Debate Bernie Sanders

Florida Democratic Race Echoes Top of Ticket: Progressive vs. Establishment
By Alan Rappeport, May 24, 2016
The New York Times


Bernie Sanders Makes a Campaign Mark. Now, Can He Make a Legacy?


Brzezinski Calls For Wasserman Schultz To Resign | The Daily Caller

Bernie Sanders, Eyeing Convention, Willing to Harm Hillary Clinton in the Homestretch

By JOHN MARKOFF May 17, 2016
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont at California State University, Dominguez Hills, in Carson on Tuesday. ?We are in till the last ballot is cast,? he said Tuesday night.
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont at California State University, Dominguez Hills, in Carson on Tuesday. “We are in till the last ballot is cast,” he said Tuesday night. Monica Almeida/The New York Times
Sanders Wins Oregon; Clinton Declares Victory in Kentucky
Good Wednesday morning. 
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont prevailed over Hillary Clinton on Tuesday in the Oregon primary, according to The Associated Press, while Mrs. Clinton claimed victory in a tight race in Kentucky, the day’s other contest.
Mrs. Clinton raced around Kentucky in the two days before the primary, hoping to fend off Mr. Sanders in a state that she won easily in 2008. In unofficial results late Tuesday night, Mrs. Clinton edged Mr. Sanders by about 1,900 votes, or less than half a percentage point, with all counties reporting. The Associated Press had not declared a winner by midnight.
The close result meant that she and Mr. Sanders would effectively split the state’s delegates. Nonetheless, winning Kentucky would give her a symbolic triumph that could blunt the effect of her loss in Oregon as she turns her attention to Donald J. Trump, her likely general election opponent.
With a lead in delegates that is almost impossible for Mr. Sanders to overcome, Mrs. Clinton is moving closer each week to claiming the Democratic nomination. But her march has been encumbered by Mr. Sanders’s success in recent contests, including victories in Indiana’s primary on May 3 and West Virginia’s last week.
His continued strength has put a spotlight on a lack of unity in the Democratic Party.
With Mr. Sanders pressing on with his campaign and Mr. Trump now the presumptive Republican nominee, Mrs. Clinton has been campaigning against two opponents at once.
Speaking on Tuesday night at a rally in Carson, Calif., Mr. Sanders said: “There are a lot of people out there, many of the pundits and politicians, they say, ‘Bernie Sanders should drop out. The people of California should not have the right to determine who the next president will be.’ ”
“Well, let me be as clear as I can be,” he continued, “We are in till the last ballot is cast.”
What We’re Watching Today
Mr. Sanders will hold two rallies in California.
As the Democratic race goes on and Mr. Trump focuses on the general election, President Obama will meet with the Democratic National Committee in Washington.

Bernie Sanders, Eyeing Convention, Willing to Harm Hillary Clinton in the Homestretch
by Patrick Healy, Yamiche Alcindor and Jeremy W. Peters, May 18, 2016
The New York Times

How deep is Bernie Sanders' progressive movement?


Want to Buy a Self-Driving Car? Big-Rig Trucks May Come First

Nanette Barragan is the best candidate to replace Janice Hahn in Congress
May 12, 2016


Has Donald Trump stolen Paul Ryan’s party out from under him?
May 11, 2016

Hillary Clinton Takes a Step to the Left on Health Care
May 10, 2016

Government Must Play a Role Again in Job Creation
May 10, 2016

Puerto Rico’s Fiscal Fiasco Is a Harbinger of Mainland Woes


A Private Equity Alum’s Guide to Better Payday Lenders

Kamala Harris in driver's seat at California's first U.S. Senate debate

Will Trump Democrats play a role in the 2016 presidential race?

The Mirage of a Return to Manufacturing Greatness

Charles Koch Says He Could Possibly Support Hillary Clinton

Prince, an Artist Who Defied Genre, Is Dead at 57

Lonnie Mack, Singer and Guitarist Who Pioneered Blues-Rock, Dies at 74

Sanders and Clinton Clash Over Soda Tax

Retirees Rally at the Capitol, Protesting Pension Cuts

Why I’m Supporting Bernie Sanders

In Settlement’s Fine Print, Goldman May Save $1 Billion

Two Unions Set Strike Deadline for 36,000 Verizon Workers

Donald Blankenship Sentenced to a Year in Prison in Mine Safety Case

Merle Haggard, Country Music’s Outlaw Hero, Dies at 79

Bernie Sanders Wins Wisconsin Democratic Primary, Adding to Momentum

Donald Blankenship Sentenced to a Year in Prison in Mine Safety Case
The New York Times
By Alan Blinder, April 6, 2016

Bernie Sander Wins Wisconsin Democratic Pimary, Adding to Momentum
The New York Times
By Amy Chozick, April 5, 2016

To Buy or Rent a Home? Weighing Which is Better
New York Times
By Tara Siegel Bernard, April 1, 2016

Why the gig economy doesn't work for everyone

Obama’s Endorsement Of Debbie Wasserman Schultz Brings In Serious Money... For Her Challenger

Tim Canova raised more than half a million dollars in the first three months of the year.

04/04/2016 07:37 am ET

Making a Soda Tax More Politically Palatable

$15-an-Hour Minimum Wage in California? Plan Has Some Worried

Washington Metro, 40 and Creaking, Stares at a Midlife Crisis

Electoral Map Is a Reality Check to Donald Trump’s Bid

To Buy or Rent a Home? Weighing Which Is Better

Nafta May Have Saved Many Autoworkers’ Jobs
MARCH 29, 2016

Victory for Unions as Supreme Court, Scalia Gone, Ties 4-4

How the G.O.P. Elite Lost Its Voters to Donald Trump

Debbie Wasserman Schultz's Primary Challenger Given Access to Democratic Party Voter Data

On Trade, Angry Voters Have a Point
March 15, 2016

How the refineries came to own our air pollution regulators
March 11, 2016


The Rams Can Go Home Again, to the 93-Year-Old Los Angeles Coliseum

Tulsi Gabbard gave Bernie Sanders an endorsement. He gave her a platform on war and peace.

Trade and Jobs Key to Victory for Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders Wins Michigan Primary; Donald Trump Takes 3 States

MARCH 8, 20

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win in New Hampshire Primary
by Patrick Healy and Jonathan Martin, February 9, 2016
New York Times

Clinton Offers Economic Plan Focused on Jobs

This Is Trump Country

Super Saturday results show Rubio collapsing, Trump stoppable and Cruz gaining momentum

Maryland House Race a ‘Caldron of Power Couples and Washington, D.C., Politics’

The Daily 202: How Richard Shelby is trying to survive the Trump Tornado as it moves through Alabama
February 29, 2016


With Fewer Members, a Diminished Political Role for Wisconsin Unions


Workers Who Reserve Parking Spots for Film Sets Denounce Conditions in Suit

Hillary Clinton’s Lead Shrinks as More Women Shift to Bernie Sanders, WSJ/NBC News Poll Finds

Sanders cut Clinton’s once-commanding national lead in Democratic race by more than half, poll finds

Poll: Trump’s negatives among Hispanics rise; worst in GOP field
February 25, 2016

High-Speed Rail Authority Releases Draft 2016 Plan
February 18, 2016


Change in bullet train construction plans will delay rail line's arrival in Southern California
February 18, 2016

Race in Nevada, Once a Hillary Clinton Firewall, Is Now Hotly Contested

Untold story: How Scalia's death blew up an anti-union group's grand legal strategy
February 14, 2016


Mayor de Blasio to Propose Streetcar Line Linking Brooklyn and Queens

Uber Drivers and Others in the Gig Economy Take a Stand
by Noam Scheiber, New York Times
February 3, 2016


Seattle Will Allow Uber and Lyft Drivers to Form Unions
By Nick Wingfield and Mike Isaac, New York Times
December 14, 2015


Iowa caucus results: track the votes live, county by county

Follow results as the Hawkeye State casts the first ballots of the 2016 presidential campaign to select a Democratic and Republican nominee. Find out who wins on our interactive map, which updates live as voting takes place
February 1, 2016

Hillary Clinton Campaign, Unnerved by Iowa, Braces for New Hampshire

Polls Show Preferences and Priorities in Iowa

Truthdigger of the Week: Progressive Congressional Candidate Tim Canova

Posted on Jan 31, 2016

By Alexander Reed Kelly

In Iowa, Voters on the Edges May Set Tone for Primaries

On the Waterfront, Rise of the Machines

In Iowa, Voters on the Edges May Set Tone for Primaries

Paul Kantner, a Founder of Jefferson Airplane, Dies at 74

Bernie Sanders at a Crossroads: Attack Hillary Clinton or Stay Positive?
January 27, 2016

Abe Vigoda, of ‘Godfather’ and ‘Barney Miller,’ Dies at 94

Tunnel Repairs Could Disrupt L Train in Coming Years

Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s Challenger Has a Chance

Thousands of Democrats want the DNC chair to resign. Populist Timothy Canova has another idea.

Review: Jane Maye

r’s ‘Dark Money,’ About the Koch Brothers’ Fortune and Influence

Supreme Court Seems Poised to Deal Unions a Major Setback

Today (January 11, 2016), the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a case that has the potential to destroy public sector unions.

Hundreds of public employees and union supporters gathered in front of the Supreme Court today, united with one voice, to speak out against this attack.
Now is the time to mobilize all public sectors business agents, elected officers, stewards and interested members to approach all non-members, so we can strengthen the union, expand our membership base, and maintain sufficient resources to organize, negotiate for, and effectively represent all Teamsters. Attached is the Teamsters Power Building Program if you have not already received it in the mail. The materials included in this packet should assist local unions in conducting training sessions to educate and train business agents, shop stewards and interested members.
Check out this recent article on Friedrichs: How The Supreme Court Could Crush Public-Sector Unions.

David Bowie Dies at 69; Star Transcended Music, Art and Fashion

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Even in Early Races, Poll Finds

Republicans Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in tight Iowa race, with billionaire businessman ahead of field in New Hampshire

Insurers Say Costs Are Climbing as More Enroll Past Health Act Deadline

Bernie Sanders Makes Strong Showing in New Polls
January 10, 2016


Will Kohler Strike Ignite 3rd Major Labor War?

By ROGER BYBEE January 1, 2016

In Iowa, Ted Cruz Savors Lead Role

Robust Hiring in December Caps Solid Year for U.S. Jobs

Tracking the slow decline of the Pacific Electric Railway Red Cars
January 2, 2016

A Standout Year for Deals, in Volume and Complexity

Economists Take Aim at Wealth Inequality

Vilmos Zsigmond, Cinematographer, Dies at 85; Gave Hollywood Films a New Look

Bernie Sanders Attacks Hillary Clinton Over Regulating Wall Street

Over 50, Female and Jobless Even as Others Return to Work

Haskell Wexler, Oscar-Winning Cinematographer, Dies at 93

Rahm Emanuel, Under Siege in Chicago, Shows Contrite Side

December 23, 2015

Little Big Men

For the world’s best jockeys, life is a mix of fortune and fatalism, courage and deprivation. Riding a horse is the easy part

Why the 2016 Election Will Be One of the Most Pivotal Moments of Our Time

Every four years the political parties describe the impending presidential election as a historic event – and every once in a while it's true


Bernie Sanders says he doesn’t want Rahm Emanuel’s help in the presidential race
December 23, 2015

Why Very Low Interest Rates May Stick Around

A Middle Ground Between Contract Worker and Employee

John Trudell, Outspoken Advocate for American Indians, Is Dead at 69

Where They Shared Their Working Hours, and Their Dying Moments

Albertsons to Buy Back 33 Stores It Sold as Part of Merger With Safeway
November 30, 2015

Cover-Up in Chicago

Gentrification in a Brooklyn Neighborhood Forces Residents to Move On

Safety Lapses and Deaths Amid a Building Boom in New York

An increase in fatalities and injuries has mostly affected undocumented
immigrant laborers and far exceeds the rate of new construction.









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