With oddball schedules and unruly passengers, air travel is not the glamorous industry some may think it is. Strikes are already impacting Hollywood and the U.S. auto industry. Is the flight industry next? Tulsa Hale and OU graduate Ron Todd is 35-year American Airlines flight attendant, flying out of Chicago, New York and currently Miami. He speaks with Ginnie Graham about a conflict getting less attention involves 27,000 flight attendants at American Airlines and more.
Opinion: I'm an American Airlines flight attendant and here's why I'm backing the union
American Airlines flies to record second-quarter revenues and $1.3 billion profit
FAA says it has sent 250 cases of unruly passengers to FBI
Flight attack raises questions about security, mental health
Labor strife may become airline industry’s next big obstacle
Targeted auto strikes may spread to other states and cities as noon deadline set by union nears
A new breed of leaders are atop the largest US unions today. Here are some faces to know
The auto workers strike will drive up car prices, but not right away — unless consumers panic
UAW justifies wage demands by pointing to CEO pay raises. So how high were they?
Hollywood actor and writer strikes have broad support among Americans, AP-NORC poll shows
As writers and studios resume negotiations, here are the key players in the Hollywood strikes
An end in sight? Striking writers and Hollywood studios spend second full day in negotiations
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