The Volkswagen case shows why American labor law is broken

The United Auto Workers withdrew its appeal of an historic failed election at the last minute, because it knew it had gotten all it was going to get out of the process.

Could the United Auto Workers get a do-over in Chattanooga?

The union says politicians poisoned the well for its election at Volkswagen, which may be true -- but it's going to be tough to prove.

Auto union loses historic election at Volkswagen plant in Tennessee

The loss will make it even harder for unions organize foreign automakers across the south.

Sen. Bob Corker can’t stand the United Auto Workers: An annotated interview

Workers are voting today at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant on whether to join the auto workers' union. The junior senator from Tennessee has been on the warpath against it.

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