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AT&T workers on strike

The strike involves less than 14% of AT&T's workforce, the company said . The strike, the first for AT&T wireless, covers 36 states and Washington, D.C. The strikers - AT&T wireless, wireline and DIRECTV workers - are members of Communications Workers of America. The two sides have been laboring over a new contract to replace the one that expired in April 2016. Consulte Mais Informação

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Joe Biden to serve as keynote speaker for Buffett Cancer Center dedication

Joe Biden to serve as keynote speaker for Buffett Cancer Center dedication

Hillary Clinton, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee and U.S. Vice President Joseph "Joe" Biden arrive on stage during a campaign event in Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Monday, Aug. The politician has previously said his son's illness made him feel unable to run. Although the former Vice President did not specify if he would consider running for the 2020 election, age could be another deciding factor for the DE native who will be 78 by the next election. Consulte Mais Informação

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Four Duggar daughters sue NWA officials

Four Duggar daughters sue NWA officials

Jessa Duggar Tries To Protect Jinger Duggar From Pregnancy Questions After Struggling With Weight Worries https://t.co/hQUyRvGeDu pic.twitter.com/SqFVKylofg - Celebrity News (@UpdatedCeleb) May 14, 2017 The Duggar sisters are correct in that the police should not (and generally don't) reveal the names of child victims of crimes, in particular child victims of sex crimes. Consulte Mais Informação

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Nevada governor signs law banning conversion therapy for LGBTI youth

Nevada governor signs law banning conversion therapy for LGBTI youth

The Nevada measure comes on the heels of a similar New Mexico ban approved by Republican Gov. Susanna Martinez. The Republicans as a whole do not support banning conversion therapy. The law will prohibit psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses and other clinical counselors in Nevada from attempting anti-gay conversion therapy on people under age 18 beginning next year. Consulte Mais Informação

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Memo: Trump Discussed Imprisoning Reporters With Comey

The Times reported Trump noted the Russia investigation as he told Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak of his decision to fire Comey. It may go down as Trump's most famous use of the insult, but it is far from the first time it has crossed his lips. House members and senators said Rosenstein steered clear of specifics in answering questions about his appointment of former FBI director as special counsel but made clear that Mueller has wide ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Canada warns it may cancel US jet buy over Bombardier probe

Canada warns it may cancel US jet buy over Bombardier probe

Boeing argued at a hearing in Washington on Thursday that duties should be imposed on Bombardier's new larger CSeries passenger aircraft, insisting it receives Canadian government subsidies that give it an advantage internationally. Bombardier said last month it worked to ensure compliance with the laws of countries where it operates and spent about $3 billion annually with American suppliers. Consulte Mais Informação

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Israeli spies upset by Trump intel-sharing with Russia

Israeli spies upset by Trump intel-sharing with Russia

But as Trump prepares to visit the region this weekend, apprehension reigns instead. This new development happened days ahead of a visit by President Donald Trump on an ultra-sensitive status of Jerusalem. Sources close to Bennett said in response that he "was elected to protect the interests of Israel, not those of the White House". The letter also pointed to the Republican National Convention's 2016 party platform, which recognized Jerusalem "as the eternal and indivisible capital of the ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Jeremy Corbyn supporters plan General Election Labour victory party at Westminster pub

Corbyn said at his manifesto announcement at the University of Bradford, had been "run for the rich, the elite and the vested interests", adding: "They have benefited from tax cuts and bumper salaries while millions have struggled". She told BBC Radio Scotland: "I think he's wrong, I hope he's wrong". Corbyn remains popular with the party membership and his campaign events attract large and fervent crowds, but he has lost the confidence of most of Labour's members of parliament and has ... Consulte Mais Informação

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