Oct. 12, 2022, 5:56 PM Employer’s reliance on past drug offenses could be retaliation Lack of chance to explain crimes may have also violated FCRA A jury must decide whether a Black hospital worker in Rhode Island was fired because of his past drug convictions or because he was tapped for a seat on the […]

Research into the lingering effects of Covid-19 on the US workforce has confirmed what anybody who has waited an extended time for a delivery – or been unable to get a restaurant table – already knows: the pandemic has caused massive shortages in the labor market. On top of the quarter-million people of working age […]

July 20, 2022 | Press Releases WASHINGTON, DC – This evening, U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) delivered remarks on the Senate floor in support of Ukraine for the 18th consecutive week while the Senate has been in session. Portman called for the Senate to approve Finland and Sweden’s NATO application before the August district work […]

Asadul Islam peers into his pond in south-west Bangladesh and watches as hundreds of caged crabs float past beneath him. He is looking for those that have shed their hard shell. When he finds one, he has a short window to freeze it and send it off for sale to westerners with a taste for […]

TEMPE (3TV/CBS 5) – The eastbound lanes of U.S. 60 through Tempe have re-opened after a water main break flooded the roadway just over a week ago. Westbound closures are still in place while the City of Tempe and ADOT crews continue repairs. ADOT says that the I-10 eastbound on-ramp at Broadway Road and southbound […]

Many students’ education plans were disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic and new research reveals how Black and Latino students were disproportionally impacted. Almost a third of Black and Latino students cancelled their plans to continue their post-secondary education, a much higher rate than white students.  A new report published by the Latino Policy & Politics […]

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – At Moanalua Shopping Center, there’s a hub for military families seeking assistance amid the ongoing tainted water crisis. So far, more than 18,000 claims have been filed there and $28 million paid out. Raymond Mcknight is chief of the temporary lodging assistance team. He lives in Radford Housing, where the water has […]

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