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Aug 11 2021
The tight grip that America’s largest meat processing company has on the chicken industry has generated dire consequences for its workers, farmers and the environment in one of the US’s leading poultry-producing states, an investigation has found.
Tyson Foods is ranked 73rd on the Fortune 500 list, with a revenue of $43bn in the last fiscal year.
Tyson accounts for the singleThe Guardian
Jun 04 2020
Black people, and black women in particular, face considerable health challenges. Compared with their rates in other racial groups, chronic cardiovascular, inflammatory and metabolic risk factors have been found to be elevated in black women, even after controlling for behaviors such as smoking, physical exercise or dietary variables.
Black women have also been identified as theScientific American
Apr 11 2019
European Union leaders gave Britain six more months to leave the bloc, more than Prime Minister Theresa May says she needs but less than many in the bloc wanted, thanks to fierce resistance from France.
The summit deal in Brussels in the early hours of Thursday meant Britain will not crash out on Friday without a treaty to smooth its passage. But it offers little clarity on when, how orReuters
Jun 14 2021
“Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations staked their claim Sunday to leading the world out of the coronavirus pandemic and crisis, pledging more than 1 billion coronavirus vaccine doses to poorer nations, vowing to help developing countries grow while fighting climate change and backing a minimum tax on multinational firms.” (AP News)
Many on both sides stress the limits ofThe Flip Side
May 22 2023
European Union (EU) privacy regulators fined Meta, Facebook's parent company, $1.3 billion over transferring personal data from Facebook's EU servers to U.S. servers.
The Details: Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) cited the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) privacy law in issuing the fine, the largest penalty ever issued under GDPR. Meta plans to appeal, andThe Verge BBC News Washington Examiner
Sep 07 2019
In a letter sent Thursday to European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif described new steps the country is taking to boost uranium supplies in a way that would breach the Iranian nuclear accord. Iran's Atomic Energy Organization spokesman told reporters Saturday that the country is indeed advancing nuclear research, but said that it has noNew York Post (News) Associated Press The Guardian
Sep 11 2021
On Sept. 10, 2001, David Tyson — the only CIA officer fluent in Uzbek, the language spoken by more than 1 million Afghans at the time — was desperately trying to prevent a cache of United States-made Stinger missiles from falling into the hands of terrorists.
But Toby Harnden's new book, “First Casualty: The Untold Story of the CIA Mission To Avenge 9/11,” detailed how, according to theMSNBC
Jan 10 2022
On an unusually warm, clear day in late September, a dozen progressive activists paddled their kayaks and boats up to to a houseboat Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) keeps parked on the Potomac in Washington, DC. For four days, they had been floating around the West Virginia-themed boat named “Almost Heaven” with colorful signs, calling on him to support Build Back Better, the most critical piece ofVox
Oct 20 2021
Honolulu cops allegedly handcuffed and detained a 10-year-old Black girl with disabilities after she was accused of drawing an “offensive sketch of a student” who had bullied her, according to a letter sent to state and city officials by a local law firm and the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii this week.
Ultimately, the child was held for over four hours by either school staffVice
Jul 14 2020
Los Angeles has preemptively decided not to allow students to return to school this fall, citing concerns about the coronavirus and its spread. These concerns might be reasonable were it not for the ridiculous demands being made by the massive teacher's union.
United Teachers Los Angeles, which is made up of more than 35,000 teachers, has been pushing county officials to delay reopeningWashington Examiner