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European Union Probes Amazon As Scrutiny Over Tech Giants Grows

BRUSSELS (AP) — While the U.S. Congress talks about reining in big tech companies, Europe is taking action. The European Union said Wednesday it is investigating whether Amazon uses data from independent retailers to gain an unfair advantage, a decision that could lead to changes in how the internet’s biggest

Here’s Why Thousands Of Autoworkers Could End Up On Strike Soon

The United Auto Workers union is set to start bargaining new contracts covering 150,000 workers at Detroit’s Big Three on Monday in what could be the most contentious negotiations the auto industry has seen in years. The union will be looking to make significant gains over the most recent four-year

Drugmaker Teva Agrees To Pay Oklahoma $85 Million To Settle Opioid Case

BOSTON/JERUSALEM, May 26 (Reuters) ― Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd said on Sunday it had agreed to pay an $85 million settlement with the state of Oklahoma days before the company was set to face trial over allegations that it and other drugmakers helped fuel the U.S. opioid epidemic. Teva, the

FAA Discovers A New Potential Risk With Boeing’s 737 Max Jets

The Federal Aviation Administration discovered another potential risk in Boeing’s 737 Max 8 jets, which were grounded in the U.S. and abroad in March after 346 people died in two separate crashes involving the plane. Reuters first reported the potential risk, which Boeing will now need to address, on Wednesday.

Wayfair Employees To Protest Company’s Business With Migrant Border Camps

Hundreds of employees of Wayfair, the online furniture retailer, plan to walk out of their offices in Boston on Wednesday because they say the company has refused their demand to cut ties with government contractors operating migrant detention centers. The employees formed a group called Wayfair Walkout on Tuesday, revealing in


Ocasio-Cortez Confronts Acting DHS Chief Over Secret Facebook Group For Border Agents

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) confronted the acting secretary of homeland security, Kevin McAleenan, on Thursday amid a report this month that DHS employees belonged to a secret Facebook group that shared violent, racist images among its members, including a photoshopped meme of the congresswomen being assaulted. McAleenan was grilled by

Trump’s Art Of Distraction

It began on Sunday when President Donald Trump told four Democratic congresswomen of color — Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.), Ayanna Pressley (Mass.), Ilhan Omar (Minn.) and Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) — to “go back” to “the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came.” He doubled down on this attack

Ignoring Donald Trump’s Racism Will Not Make It Go Away

Donald Trump’s rally in North Carolina this week was chilling. The president always throws red meat to his base, but Wednesday was different. Trump advocated kicking a congresswoman out of the country because she had the audacity to criticize his administration. And he looked on, doing nothing, as the predominantly

Kentucky’s Only Congressional Democrat Has A Theory For How To Beat Mitch McConnell

WASHINGTON ― Democrats’ narrow path to victory against unpopular Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in 2020 runs not through longshot appeals to rural voters the party has lost but through massive turnout in Kentucky’s deep and increasingly blue urban centers, the state’s only Democratic congressman told HuffPost in an interview this

Restaurant Donates Sales From Day Of Trump’s Rally To Immigration Group

A Greenville, North Carolina, restaurant has pledged to donate thousands of dollars it made on Wednesday, the day President Donald Trump held a rally nearby where his supporters chanted “send her back” about Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.).  The Scullery posted a sign in its window notifying customers that all profits