UAW and Tesla at 'turning point'March 18
Former union official charged with misusing UAW-FCA training center fundsMarch 13
Tesla targeted by new UAW complaint with U.S. labor boardMarch 12
UAW members will have eyes open nowMarch 5
UAW retiree trust to sell chunk of GM sharesFeb. 27
UAW leaders let charities idleFeb. 26
According to a source familiar with the federal investigation, nonprofits linked to union leaders remain an area of interest in a continuing probe that centers on the misappropriation of more than $4.5 million in training center funds from Fiat Chrysler.
UAW leadership faces a time of reckoningFeb. 19
UAW dissidents see the situation as an opportunity for profound change. They're urging rank-and-file members to "take back" the union from leaders they claim are overly willing to comply with employers' requests.
UAW-Chrysler training center building sold in DetroitFeb. 16
Not enough info given on charitiesFeb. 12
Holiefield's widow pleads guilty to 1 count in UAW-FCA corruption caseFeb. 6
Scandal threatens UAW solidarityFeb. 4
The UAW's cornerstone principle is under growing pressure as a federal corruption investigation widens and more details emerge about the luxuries purchased with millions of dollars intended for training programs.