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Apr 12 2023
Rutgers University strike reaches 3rd day; Unions hopeful progress is being made
Second day of strike at Rutgers University Second day of strike at Rutgers University Second day of strike at Rutgers University NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- The strike at Rutgers University entered its third day Wednesday, as contract negotiations continue in Trenton. Union leaders say they are hopeful and have made progress after meeting with Rutgers negotiators at Gov. Phil Murphy's officeCBS News (Online)
Mar 01 2023
2 New Open Houses In The Union City Area
UNION CITY, CA — If you're searching for a new home, you've likely already browsed through all the online listings for your area. And while you may have learned roughly what these houses are like from the images, there's just no comparison to witnessing the real thing. Ready to see what's out there? To help you out, we've compiled a list of the two recently listed homes on the open-housePatch.com
May 21 2023
How America weaponised the West
In the month that has passed since Emmanuel Macron issued his call for greater European strategic autonomy, two rival camps have gone to battle over its legacy. The first is populated by Atlanticists such as European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, outraged by Macron’s alleged ingratitude towards US security guarantees and his suggestion that Europe must consider its own strategicUnHerd
Apr 06 2023
California Considers Union-Backed Bill Requiring Driverless Trucks To Have a Driver in Them
California legislators and their union allies are pushing a bill that would preemptively ban the use of autonomous trucks on California's roads that don't have a human safety operator.
Working its way through the Legislature is A.B. 316, which would require that vehicles weighing 10,001 pounds or more have a human in the cab.
Sponsored by Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D–Reason
Dec 22 2022
European Officials Find No Evidence Russia Sabotaged Nord Stream Pipelines
Top European officials believe Russia may not be to blame for acts of sabotage that severely damaged undersea pipelines built to carry natural gas from Russia to Europe. That’s according to The Washington Post, which cited interviews with 23 diplomatic and intelligence officials from nine European countries about the September explosions that led to the closure of the Nord Stream pipelines.Democracy Now!
May 22 2023
Facebook ordered to pay €1.2 billion fine and stop storing EU user data in US
European and Irish regulators have ordered Facebook owner Meta to pay a fine of 1.2 billion euro for violating the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with transfers of personal data to the United States. It's the largest GDPR fine ever. Meta was also ordered to stop storing European Union user data in the US within six months, but it may ultimately not have to take that step if the EUArs Technica
Apr 05 2023
What the Election of Chicago's New Mayor Says About the Political Power of Teachers' Unions
Brandon Johnson is a former middle school teacher, a teachers’ union organizer, and now Chicago’s next mayor. Teachers’ union organizers say his narrow victory over a former city schools executive and charter school champion in the city’s April 4 mayoral runoff election represents a transformational moment for education for the nation’s fourth largest school district. Johnson’s victory in manyEducation Week
Mar 31 2023
San Jose Police Union Executive Accused of Drug Trafficking Due in Court
The longtime San Jose police union executive charged with drug trafficking while using agency resources was due to make her first court appearance Friday. Joanne Segovia, 64, the office manager for the San Jose Police Officers Association, will appear before a federal judge in San Jose. The federal complaint alleges Segovia had 61 drug shipments mailed to her San Jose home from Hong Kong,NBC Bay Area
Mar 31 2023
San Jose police union boss charged with importing and distributing synthetic fentanyl
On Monday, a criminal complaint was filed against 64-year-old Joanne Marian Segovia, the Executive Director of the San Jose Police Officers’ Association (SJPOA), over an alleged scheme to import synthetic opioids into the US and then distribute the drug, which is similar to fentanyl. According to the Justice Department, Segovia was charged with "attempt to illegally import a controlledThe Post Millennial
Mar 31 2023
10 most expensive homes sold in Union County, March 20-27
A house in Westfield that sold for $2.4 million tops the list of the most expensive real estate sales in Union County between March 20 and March 27. In total, 163 real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $564,833. The average price per square foot ended up at $346. The prices in the list below concern real estate sales where the title wasnj.com