Google approved 85% of the roughly 10,000 requests it received for remote work or relocation
Longtime AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka Dies at 72
Richard Trumka, the longtime president of the AFL-CIO and Democratic ally, died unexpectedly on Thursday, according to a union spokesperson.
DOJ launches probe of Phoenix police department
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is launching a probe of the city of Phoenix and its police department, Attorney General Merrick Garland and Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke announced Thursday afternoon.This is the third pattern-of-practice investigation...
Iran swears in new hard-line president amid regional tension
Hard-liners control all branches of Iran's government.
New York Daily News
Book Returned to Pa. Library 50 Years Late With $20 & Funny Note on Family's 'Running Joke'
The cheeky letter was written from the book's point of view
Justice Department opens civil rights investigation into Phoenix police
Who is Kathy Hochul, Cuomo’s potential successor as N.Y. governor?
Months Ago, an Ex-Salt Lake City Police Officer Was Charged for Storming the U.S. Capitol. Now, the Feds Charged His Stepmother-in-Law.
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Cuomo Impeachment Inquiry 'Nearing Completion,' State Assembly Says
The New York Times
New Barbie dolls honor COVID-19 heroes, including a vaccine scientist
2 Arkansas School Districts, 1 With Over 800 in COVID Quarantine, Sue State Over Mask Ban
Texas governor calls second special session for GOP's push to change election laws
Will China’s national security law break Hong Kong as a business hub?
Japanese whiskey gifted to Pompeo is missing, State filings say
Nuttin' to it: How squirrels use parkour to leap and land
Belgian students face trial over initiation death
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House lawmaker suing Pelosi over mask rule says he has COVID
Marjorie Taylor Greene: Pelosi used Capitol Police as ‘political pawns’