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Apr 03 2022
Amazon workers in Staten Island, New York, voted to unionize on Friday, marking the first successful U.S. organizing effort in the retail giant’s history and handing an unexpected win to a nascent group that fueled the union drive.
Warehouse workers cast 2,654 votes — or about 55% — in favor of a union, giving the fledgling Amazon Labor Union enough support to pull off a victory.Associated Press
Jan 22 2022
AP slammed for falsely stating that Florida anti-CRT bill prohibits 'making white people feel discomfort'
The Associated Press is being slammed on Twitter after stated that a new Florida bill prohibiting the teachings of critical race theory was one "that would prohibit public schools and private businesses from making white people feel 'discomfort' when they teach students or train employees about discrimination in the nation’s past." Nowhere in the legislation though does it specify any singularThe Post Millennial
Jul 27 2020
Sen. Tom Cotton says reports he called slavery a ‘necessary evil’ are ‘the definition of fake news’ — here’s his original quote
After many people on Twitter vilified Tom Cotton for reportedly calling slavery a “necessary evil” in a recent interview, the Republican senator clarified his remarks in a social media post of his own.
“This is the definition of fake news,” the Arkansas Republican wrote in a Twitter TWTR, -3.25% post on Sunday. “I said that *the Founders viewed slavery as a necessary evil* and describedMarketWatch
Nov 17 2021
The House on Wednesday voted to censure Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) and strip him of his committee assignments for posting a video on Twitter that depicts him attacking President Biden and killing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).
Why it matters: Gosar is the second House Republican to lose committee seats at the hands of the Democratic majority in the 117th Congress, which has beenAxios
Nov 28 2020
Pennsylvania's highest court on Saturday night threw out a lower court's order preventing the state from certifying dozens of contests on its Nov. 3 election ballot in the latest lawsuit filed by Republicans challenging the vote count in the battleground state.
The state Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision, threw out the three-day-old order, saying the underlying lawsuit was filedNewsmax (News)
Jan 04 2022
As of this writing, 695 people have been charged for federal crimes related to the January 6, 2021, Capitol breach—crimes motivated by the lie that Joe Biden won because of nationwide election fraud. Of those 695 people, not one has been charged with sedition, defined in the US Code as two or more people conspiring to “overthrow, put down, or to destroy” the government, “prevent, hinder, orMother Jones
Nov 17 2021
Kyle Rittenhouse's mother appealed for donors on behalf of a defense fund set up to help pay her son's legal costs as the jury continues deliberations in his case, CNN reported.
Wendy Rittenhouse made the appeal in an email and estimated that Kyle Rittenhouse's legal costs for the month of November will amount to $110,000, according to CNN.
She called the court battle "anThe Hill
Dec 20 2021
Former President Donald Trump and the Trump Organization have sued New York Attorney General Letitia James, asking for a federal court to halt or limit her office's ongoing investigations.
The lawsuit, which comes on the heels of James' office seeking to depose Trump as part of its civil fraud investigation into the Trump Organization, also seeks to enjoin James' involvement in anyCNN (Online News)
Feb 04 2021
California's grocers are up in arms about city-level hazard pay laws that require them to compensate employees with "hero pay" wage premiums during the pandemic.
The California Grocers Association (CGA) has filed several suits in federal court to overturn these laws, while individual companies have announced that the new costs are forcing them to close stores.
On Wednesday, theReason
Sep 21 2021
The Biden administration is expressing horror over recent images that appear to show US Border Patrol agents on horseback confronting migrants along the Rio Grande.
Videos taken by Al Jazeera and Reuters appear to show law enforcement officers on horseback using aggressive tactics when confronting migrants, who are largely Haitian, to prevent them from crossing into the US.
A lawCNN (Online News)