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Tens of thousands of auto workers strike against General Motors

Nearly 50,000 United Auto Workers union members have walked off the job at General Motors plants across the country, after contract negotiations failed to produce a deal before the weekend deadline.

Massive gas explosion kills firefighter, injures several other people

Investigators believe a propane or natural gas leak caused the explosion. Among the injured is Farmington’s fire chief, who was airlifted to a hospital, as wells as three other firefighters, a maintenance worker, and an ambulance employee, police said.

Remains of four children and mother are found in Georgia; husband charged

“How someone could do this, I do not know,” Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods said.

GM strike not likely to be resolved anytime soon: experts

UAW leaders want to show the rank and file they're "tough guys," while management wants to avoid being "locked in."

UAW leader: GM profits made off members 'sweat and hard work'

General Motors auto workers are on strike, forcing the closure of over 50 General Motors factories and the potential loss of hundreds of millions of dollars. United Auto Workers Region 1A Director Chuck Browning says, “It will go on as long as it’s going to take to achieve our bargaining goals.”