The U.S. celebrates Labor Day every year on the first Monday in September. Watch how Americans honor workers on this day.
Labor unions are seeing landmark victories as U.S. workers in warehouses, restaurants and coffee shops vote to unionize. What's going on?
On a holiday honoring workers, read stories about some of the American frontline employees who are serving their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn more about the past, present and future U.S. workforce — and what that means for economic prosperity around the world.
America's legendary productivity is driven by its workers. Learn about the U.S. workforce as the country prepares to celebrate Labor Day on September 4.
When it was first instituted in 1882, Labor Day was the "workingman's holiday." Take a look at some of the women who make up nearly half the U.S. workforce.
Caribbean Americans celebrate Carnival each year with parades, costumes, and music. Here's a glimpse of the celebrations in New York.
Honoring workers and the progress on workers' rights, Labor Day has a long history. See how Americans celebrate this holiday.
For Labor Day, the U.S. poet laureate honors his family's history as migrant farmworkers.