Writing the Unions’ ‘Fight-or-Die Survival Chapter’, , September 2, 2018.

Graduate Student Workers Organize Against Sexual Harassment on Campus, , July 30, 2018.

What Does the ‘Janus’ Decision Mean for Working Women?, , July 11, 2018.

With Janus, the Court Deals Unions a Crushing Blow. Now What?, , June 27, 2018.

Booked: James Connolly’s Irish Socialism, with Shaun Harkin, , June 21, 2018.

The New Working Class, , February 22, 2018.

How the Media Is Abetting the GOP’s War on “Welfare”, , January 31, 2018.

Why Did a Majority of White Women Vote for Trump?, , January 2018.

Trump’s Sham Populism, , December 5, 2017.

Trump Already Has a Wall: It’s the Thin Blue Line, , September 1, 2017.

Beyond their caricature of the working class, , July 19, 2017.

Transcript of talk given at Socialism 2017 conference.

Home care workers have our lives in their hands. They’re paid only $10 an hour, , July 13, 2017.

The Next Operation Dixie, , Summer 2017.

Conversation with Juan Miranda, Eric Robertson and Sandra Williams.

 Back at the Carrier Plant, Workers Are Still Fighting on Their Own, , April 20, 2017.

The Tooth Divide: Beauty, Class and the Story of Dentistry, , March 23, 2017.

Why the U.S. Women’s Hockey Players Are Planning to Strike, , March 17, 2017.

‘You’re Fired!’ The Abuses of ‘Skilled’ Worker Visa Programs, , February 22, 2017.

#DeleteUber is introducing a new generation to the horror of scabbing, , February 1, 2017.

In GOP Country, a Small Labor Organization Offers a Model for Fighting Trumpism, , October 4, 2016.

How Labor Day sprang from state violence, , September 5, 2016.

Are we still suffering the fallout of the New Deal?, , August 22, 2016.

Excerpt from Necessary Trouble

‘We Triggered Something Epic’: Naquasia LeGrand & the Fight for $15, , August 8, 2016.

‘People Are Really Responding’: An Interview with Labor Leader Bob Master, , July 22, 2016.

Special Report: How to Get Away With Harassing, Firing or Never Even Hiring a Trans Worker of Color, June 6, 2016.

Why the Verizon Worker’s Victory is A Big Deal, , May 31, 2016.

‘You’re Fired!’ The Abuses of ‘Skilled’ Worker Visa Programs, , February 22, 2016.

Black Labor Organizers Urge AFL-CIO to Reexamine its Ties to the Police, , August 13, 2015.

Why Are U.S. Women’s World Cup Champs Paid Like Chumps?, , July 7, 2015.

Scott Walker Pushes Through Right-to-Work Law and Labor Takes Another Hit, , March 10, 2015.

How 262 Cable Technicians Defeated a Union-Busting Giant, , February 23, 2015.

Feel Trapped in Your Job? That’s Because You Are, , February 16, 2015.

Where’s Our WGA? The Union Situation for Freelancers, , February 2015.

The sick leave plan that Democrats needed in November, , January 16, 2015.

Can worker cooperatives alleviate income inequality?, , January 13, 2015.

America’s Social Safety Net is Failing Workers in the “Gig Economy, , August 12, 2014.

The Bad Boss Tax, , July 21, 2014.

How 250 UPS Workers Fired for a Wildcat Strike Won Back Their Jobs, , April 14, 2014.

Labor May Not Need Saving, But We Still Have a Long To-Do List, , March 20, 2014.

The Cult of Amateurism Plaguing the Sports World, , February 19, 2014.

New Report: Port Trucking Companies Steal More Than $1 Billion in Wages From Drivers, , February 19, 2014.

Forever Temp?, , January 6, 2014.

Why Port Truckers are Striking: 12-hour Shifts, Noxious Fumes and $12.90 Paychecks, , November 18, 2013.

A Load off the Minds (And Feet) of Pregnant Workers in NYC, , September 25, 2013.

Opting for Free Time, , August 12, 2013.

Despite Bringing the Surveillance State to Work, Bloomberg Has Trouble Tracking Overtime, , June 12, 2013.

Bad Green Jobs, , May 27, 2013.

Sharecropping on Wheels, , May 15, 2013.

Unions to Banks: Pay Up, , May 9, 2013.

Why ‘Unions Don’t Like’ Penny Pritzker, , May 8, 2013.

Overworking Women: How Long Hours Lead to Gender-Segregated Jobs, , April 24, 2013.

‘Fashion Police’ Accused of Wage Theft, , April 19, 2013.

The Battle for Paid Sick Days Highlights Christine Quinn’s Flaws, , March 29, 2013.

‘We Have a Deal’: Paid Sick Days Will Be Law in NYC, , March 29, 2013.

New York City Council Holds Paid Sick Days Hearing but Mayoral Hopeful Quinn Barely Shows, , March 22, 2013.

The History of Scabby the Rat, , March 7, 2013.

A Day Without Care, , Spring 2013.

Paid Sick Leave Pays for Itself, So Why is NYC’s Mayoral Hopeful Blocking It?, , February 26, 2013.

A Department that Fights for Labor, , January 21, 2013.

6 Ways to Juice Up the Labor Movement, , December 23, 2012.

How Organizing for Change is Very Different From Winning Elections, , November 26, 2012.

6 Major Reasons You Should Care About the Labor Battles in Professional Sports, , September 25, 2012.

Innovative Model Is Helping Save the Future of Unions and May Turn the Election, , September 16, 2012.

Michigan Will Vote on Collective Bargaining; Judge Orders Measure Writing Union Rights Into Constitution Onto the Ballot, , August 27, 2012.

Timothy Noah: Why the Rich Are Getting Richer and the Middle Class Is Disappearing, , August 1, 2012.

7 Ultra-Rich Companies Rake in Profits While Paying Workers Peanuts, , July 23, 2012.

Wildcat Strike Leads to Big Win for Cablevision Contract Workers, , July 23, 2012.

Which Side Are You On? Activists Launch “Women for Paid Sick Days” Campaign to Press Mayoral Candidate Christine Quinn, , July 22, 2012.

Wisconsin’s Recall Drama Down to Nail-Biting Finish, , June 3, 2012.

Pharoah Bloomberg: Paying Workers Enough to Live is “Communism”, , May 18, 2012.

Labor Unions’ Fight for the 99% Goes Way Beyond Raising Campaign Dollars, , April 22, 2012.

Fired for a Short Skirt? The Realities of Anti-Worker Laws in Wisconsin and Ohio, , March 26, 2012.

As TV Production Companies Rake In Profits, Employees Fight Wage Theft, Form Unions, , March 26, 2012.

New Georgia Bill Includes $10,000 Fine, Felony For “Conspiracy” for Picketing, Protest, , February 23, 2012.

How the Wisconsin Uprising Changed America and Why Its Renegade Politics are Here to Stay, , February 21, 2012.

Interview with John Nichols

New Program will Bring Thousands of Jobs to Low-Income Californians, , February 20, 2012.

6 Things You Should Know about Arizona’s Worse-Than-Wisconsin Attack on Public Workers, , February 5, 2012.

The Right-Wing Zombie Lie About Public Workers That Just Won’t Die, , February 2, 2012.

As Occupy Wall Street Has Changed Protest Dynamics, Vibrant Groups Like United Students Against Sweatshops are Back in the Forefront, , January 15, 2012.

Fight On, Wisconsin, , Spring 2011.

Has Labor Been Left Hanging?, , August 17, 2009.