World's Largest Grid-Storage Project Comes Online in California


The twin smokestacks of Moss Landing power station have been a landmark on the Monterey Bay coast for more than 50 years. They tower over the bright green fields of artichokes and are visible from Santa Cruz to Monterey.


New Study Shows Perils of Right-to-Work


Long-shot efforts to roll back right-to-work laws in Michigan and Virginia aren't likely to level the playing field for working people this year, but a new study provides fresh ammunition for pro-union lawmakers in the fight for repeal.


Detroit Member Featured in Lifetime Special With Vice President Harris


Detroit Local 58 member Felicia Wiseman joined a diverse set of women who were featured recently in the Lifetime special, “Women Making History,” including Vice President Kamala Harris.


Harris Calls for Investment in IBEW, American Jobs in Visit to New Hampshire Local


Vice President Kamala Harris praised the IBEW’s apprenticeship programs and said they are a key part of the Biden administration’s American Jobs Plan, which she promoted during a visit to Dover, N.H., Local 490 on April 23.


Biden Creates First-Ever Task Force to Strengthen Unions, Empower Workers


A new White House task force is charged with making sure the federal government acts to promote unions and collective bargaining, the first mission of its kind to fulfill the nearly century-old promise of the National Labor Relations Act.


OSHA’s 50th Anniversary Marks Workers’ Memorial Day 2021


Each year the Labor community comes together on Apr. 28 to remember those workers who lost their lives on the job over the past year.


How this IBEW Member is Creating a Chorus of Allies

As a black woman working in the construction trades starting in the 1970s, #IBEW​ sister Donna Hammond faced many adversaries. But she gained many allies and now she's working to build an #IBEW​ that's open to all workers.