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New York Post Declares De Blasio’s 2020 Bid ‘Dead Of Ego-Induced Psychosis’

Jeffrey Epstein Allegedly Paid Doctors To Medicate Underage Abuse Victims

Washington Woman Quits Job, Takes 57 Days To Find Her Lost Dog, Katie

As The Amazon Burns, Brazil’s Best Ally In Climate Denial Is The United States

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Democrats’ Refusal To Impeach Trump Is A ‘National Scandal’

Fifth Death Linked To Storm That Walloped Houston Area

Louisiana Man Drowns During Underwater Proposal At Island Resort

Rep. Adam Schiff On Trump’s Ukraine Scandal: Impeachment ‘May Be The Only Remedy’

Antonio Brown Says He Will No Longer Play In The NFL After Patriots Cut

Business

How This Company Is Encouraging Diversity At Every Level — Starting With The Board Room

This article is part of a series of op-eds by CEO signatories who are part of CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, the largest CEO-led business coalition focused on advancing diversity and inclusion in the U.S.  By Joe Almeida, chairman, president and CEO, Baxter International  These days, it’s common for

Making Progress On Diversity, Just Not Enough

This article is part of a series of op-eds by CEOs of companies participating in CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, the largest CEO-led business coalition focused on advancing diversity and inclusion in the U.S.  By Michael C. Bodson, president and CEO, DTCC Today, in a global marketplace where technology

Striking GM Workers To Lose Company-Sponsored Health Coverage

General Motors workers will be losing their company-sponsored health care two days into a strike that has shut down more than 50 facilities across the country. The company’s decision will force the United Auto Workers to dip into its strike fund in order to provide health coverage to the nearly

Massive Strike Hits General Motors As 46,000 Workers Walk Off

General Motors workers across the country walked out of plants at midnight Monday as the largest U.S. auto strike in more than a decade got underway. The United Auto Workers called for the work stoppage after the union failed to reach a new collective bargaining agreement covering some 46,000 workers

The Real Reason General Motors Workers Are On Strike Nationwide

Jessie Kelly knew there was an excellent chance she would end up on strike at General Motors. Long before her union, the United Auto Workers, declared a work stoppage this weekend, the 29-year-old mother of one began socking away savings to prepare for a long battle with the Detroit automaker. 

Politics

U.S. Democracy Is In ‘Intensive Care’ After Ukraine Mess, Says Former Ethics Chief

The former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics warned Saturday that American democracy is “in the Intensive Care Unit” in the wake of Donald Trump’s reported pressure on Ukraine’s president to become involved in the U.S. election by launching an investigation into his rival Joe Biden. Yet even

Judge Orders Trump To Testify In Protesters’ Suit Accusing Trump Tower Guards Of Assault

A New York judge ordered President Donald Trump on Friday to provide a videotaped deposition for a lawsuit by protesters accusing Trump Tower guards of assault. One of the guards later joined Trump’s White House staff and is currently working for the Republican National Committee. The lawsuit was filed by five

DHS Warns Against Growing Threat Of White Supremacist Extremism Online

The Department of Homeland Security is sounding the alarm on the growing danger of white supremacy across the country, warning of the internet’s ability to serve as a meeting space and a breeding ground for nationalist extremism.  In a 37-page report called the Strategic Framework for Countering Terrorism and Targeted Violence released

Joe Kennedy III Launches Campaign To Primary Ed Markey for U.S. Senate

Sept 21 (Reuters) – U.S. Representative Joseph Kennedy III, a member of the famed political dynasty, on Saturday launched a 2020 primary challenge against fellow Democrat Edward Markey for his U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts. Kennedy, the 38-year-old grandson of former Senator RobertKennedy who was assassinated in 1968 while running

Foreign Reporter Shocked By Trump’s ‘Alarming Incoherence’ On Border Wall Tour

An editor for The Guardian in Australia witnessed her first full, on-the-road U.S. press conference by President Donald Trump and was stunned by his “alarming incoherence.” Lenore Taylor, a voracious follower of U.S. news who has covered politics for nearly 30 years, thought she had an inkling of Trump’s rambling,