Government And Politics

Powerful union to host Biden, Warren, Sanders in Nevada

Dec 3, 2019

Nevada’s powerful casino workers’ Culinary Union is holding a series of town halls next week with Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden

Ukraine leader says he didn’t speak about a ‘quid pro quo’

Dec 2, 2019

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy says that he never spoke with President Donald Trump from the position of a ‘quid pro quo.’

UK police clear London Bridge after reports of gunshots

Nov 29, 2019

British police say they’re dealing with an incident on London Bridge, and witnesses have reported hearing gunshots

Report: US lacked technology to track separated families

Nov 27, 2019

A report says the US government didn’t have the technology needed in 2018 to properly document and track thousands of immigrant families separated at the southern border

North Dakota pardons OK’d under marijuana conviction policy

Nov 27, 2019

North Dakota’s pardon advisory board unanimously approves wiping criminal records clean for 26 people with low-level marijuana convictions

Border agents seize 154 pounds of bologna at Texas crossing

Nov 24, 2019

No baloney: U.S. border agents seized more than 150 pounds of the humble lunch meat bologna from a driver entering the country from Mexico

UK Conservatives vow open view of costs of campaign pledges

Nov 24, 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party is pledging fiscal openness with the unveiling of its campaign pledges

Iowa appeals ex-Gov. Branstad $1.5M discrimination verdict

Nov 22, 2019

Gov. Kim Reynolds has decided to appeal to the Iowa Supreme Court a jury verdict that concluded former Gov. Terry Branstad discriminated against a former state official because the official is gay

Markets Right Now: Stocks slip as trade worries persist

Nov 21, 2019

Stocks are closing slightly lower on Wall Street, giving the market its third straight drop. Technology stocks and companies that rely on consumer spending led the way lower.

US Latinas need twice the time to match white male’s income

Nov 20, 2019

Government figures show that on average, Latinas in the United States are paid 54 cents for every dollar that a white, non-Hispanic male makes

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