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Oct 27 2017
Was the Soviet Union involved in the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy?
Given Cold War tensions and the fact that shooter Lee Harvey Oswald had defected to the Soviet Union and lived there in the years leading up to the assassination, it's a question that has long intrigued even the mildly conspiracy-minded.NPR (Online News)
Feb 06 2019
The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate called for unity and social justice in the Democratic response to the State of the Union address.HuffPost
Apr 30 2021
President Biden delivered remarks on Friday to celebrate 50 years of service by Amtrak, arguing that expanding and investing in the country's passenger rail system would help the economy by creating jobs and benefit the environment by cutting down on fossil fuel emissions from commuters.
"Amtrak doesn't just carry us from one place to another, it opens up enormous opportunities," Mr.CBS News (Online)
Jan 18 2022
Trapped at work during an intense storm that generated multiple tornadoes, six Amazon workers in Illinois and eight workers at a Kentucky candle factory died tragic, preventable deaths at the end of 2021. Their deaths brought brief visibility and attention to the reality that unless workers have a union, many lack the power to refuse unsafe work even in the face of extreme hazards.
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Jun 07 2012
In American politics, being European is bad again. But these days, President Obama and the Democrats, not the Republicans, are holding up their allies across the Atlantic as the poster children for bad policies.New York Times (News)
Sep 15 2019
The United Auto Workers has called for a strike at General Motors Co. GM -0.54% ’s U.S. factories, its first major work stoppage in more than a decade, as union bargainers press the company to reopen idled plants and improve wages and benefits for rank-and-file members.
Union officials voted Sunday morning to authorize the nationwide walkout, which will begin at midnight Sunday, afterWall Street Journal (News)
Mar 31 2015
With a key deadline just hours away, U.S. and European officials said nuclear negotiations were imperiled by deep uncertainty over whether Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei would sign off on the necessary concessions for a deal.Wall Street Journal (News)
Feb 12 2017
President Donald Trump appears to be adopting more conventional positions aligned with decades of U.S. foreign-policy making and diplomacy, pulling back from some of the more unorthodox promises he advanced as a candidate.
In recent dealings with Asia and the Middle East, Russia and European allies, Mr. Trump has showed more deferencWall Street Journal (News)
Feb 16 2021
Groups representing students and universities have expressed caution at plans for a "free speech champion" to regulate England's campuses.
The government has announced plans for the role to ensure freedom of speech and expression is not stifled.
The National Union of Students says there is "no evidence" of a freedom of speech crisis on campus.
And the Russell Group ofBBC News
Mar 06 2021
Georgia voting rights advocates are worried Republicans are clawing back hard-won progress made in the state after it saw record turnout among voters in November’s general election and the Senate runoffs earlier this year.
A new batch of bills making their way through Georgia's legislature are raising red flags among voting rights groups who say the state might not have seen the recordThe Hill