IBEW Family Tells Daughter’s Miraculous Recovery Story in New Book


Tom Whitehead has met heads of state and dined with Academy Award-winning actors. He’s consulted with some of the most respected doctors in the world. He’s traveled the globe and given so many speeches he’s understandably lost count, raising money for childhood cancer research and the foundation named after his now-teenage daughter.


Campaigning for Change: Locals Urge Early Voting in Election Year Like No Other


The roar of a rally crowd, volunteers at your door, shaking a candidate’s hand at the union hall and other hallmarks of election season are as traditional in autumn as football.


Stephenson: Union Jobs, Baseload Power Essential to New Energy Economy


A low-carbon future requires more than investment in renewable energies, it demands good jobs backed by strong labor standards and the inclusion of baseload sources for grid security, International President Lonnie R. Stephenson told members of Congress this week.


Judge Squashes Manitoba Legislature’s Move to Silence Public Sector Unions


The IBEW and its labour allies in Manitoba achieved a major win on June 11, when a judge threw out a controversial piece of legislation designed to hold down the wages of 120,000 public employees in the province and damage their collective bargaining rights.


New York Member’s Alaska Adventure Featured on ‘Brotherhood Outdoors’


Jared Crast traveled 3,000 miles with his older brother last fall to hunt deer in Alaska only to have a bear come between them and a potential trophy.


Indiana Women's Committee Starts Strong Out of the Gate, Powering Horse Therapy Facility


The South Bend, Ind., Local 153 women's committee hasn't been around long, but they're wasting no time in making a difference, both for their members and for the community.


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