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May 23 2019
Theresa May is on her way out -- the only question is when she’ll go -- and her party is bracing for a humiliating defeat in European elections on Thursday.
May’s Brexit legislation isn’t listed for debate in the first week of June as promised, but the government says it still hopes to put it to Parliament that week
EU elections are under way. Results onBloomberg
Aug 13 2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a blistering speech about China on Thursday. The problem was not simply that the nation’s chief diplomat was decidedly undiplomatic. Worse was his misrepresentation of history and his failure to suggest a coherent or viable path forward for managing a relationship that more than any other will define this era.
The secretary asked what AmericansWashington Post
Feb 06 2019
Even as he appealed for unity, President Donald Trump made it clear in his State of the Union address on Tuesday that his idea of common ground is having Democrats back his policy agenda and stop investigating his administration.Reuters
Apr 15 2021
While President Joe Biden's administration doesn't seem to need an excuse to spend money, two recurring arguments for his gigantic $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal are that our roads and bridges are "crumbling," and that modernization would generate economic growth and jobs—hence its name, the American Jobs Plan. But none of this clever marketing makes any of these claims true.
Sep 02 2019
President Donald Trump Monday launched a Labor Day Twitter attack against AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka after the powerful labor leader Sunday said the nation's unions won't have "any choice" but to block the "unenforceable" United States-Mexico-Canada trading deal.
"Just watched AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on @FoxNews and thought to myself how different he is on TV than he isNewsmax (News)
Sep 02 2019
The president of the AFL-CIO union federation told Fox News’ Chris Wallace on Sunday that the Trump administration has “done more things to hurt workers” than to help them.
Richard Trumka, head of the group that includes 55 different unions, said wages are being swamped by rising health care and housing costs, and that President Donald Trump is botching his trade war with China.HuffPost
Jan 26 2021
Civil rights groups across the country are urging President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, as well as Congressional Democrats, not to pass new laws to address any potential threats from white nationalists emboldened by and loyal to former President Donald Trump.
In a letter dated Tuesday, 135 civil rights organizations—ranging from religious groups, immigration advocates,Reason
Mar 15 2020
Some New York City teachers are calling for a “mass sickout” mutiny in defiance of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s refusal to close public schools to stem the coronavirus outbreak.
With Twitter postings and emails urging a revolt, worried teachers are consulting colleagues about taking the drastic action to protect themselves and their families.
“We’ve talked about it,” one educator toldNew York Post (News)
Jan 08 2020
General Motors worker Adarrey "Ace" Humphrey was blindsided Sunday. That's when his life changed.
Humphrey, 27, has been a part-time temporary worker at GM's Flint Assembly for the last three years. Sunday morning, he and about 250 of his co-workers crowded into UAW Local 598's union hall. Most thought they were there for a routine meeting.
But when the local's president steppedDetroit Free Press
Nov 09 2020
U.S. stocks jumped to fresh records Monday after progress on a Covid-19 vaccine and Democrat Joe Biden’s electoral victory sent indexes soaring and boosted companies in the hardest-hit sectors of the economy.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 4.6% to its first intraday record since February, before the pandemic shutdown began. The index traded just below the 30000 benchmark. TheWall Street Journal (News)