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Weekend News & Commentary — May 20-21, 2017

Published May 21st, 2017 -

Updating our coverage yesterday, more than 35,000 members of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) are striking this weekend after the union and AT&T failed to agree to a new long-term contact by the union’s Friday afternoon deadline.  The walk... More »

Weekend News & Commentary — May 6-7, 2017

Published May 7th, 2017 -

Today France votes in the runoff round of its presidential election, with potentially catastrophic consequences for the European Union and labor mobility within the continent.  Recent public opinion polls show an upset by Marine Le Pen to be unlikely, and cove... More »

Weekend News & Commentary—April 8-9, 2017

Published April 9th, 2017 -

The United States Department of Labor acknowledged Friday that an investigation of Google “found systemic compensation disparities against women” working for the company.  The allegations come amidst a Labor Department effort begun during the Obama... More »

Weekend News & Commentary—April 8-9, 2017

Published April 9th, 2017 -

The United States Department of Labor acknowledged Friday that an investigation of Google “found systemic compensation disparities against women” working for the company.  The allegations come amidst a Labor Department effort begun during the Obama... More »

Weekend News & Commentary — March 25-26, 2017

Published March 26th, 2017 -

House Republicans canceled a scheduled vote Friday on their Affordable Care Act (ACA) replacement.  With Speaker Paul Ryan and President Trump unable to whip the votes for the American Health Care Act (AHCA) due to defections from both the caucus’s conse... More »

Today's News & Commentary — March 1, 2017

Published March 1st, 2017 -

President Trump delivered his first address to Congress last night, in which he called again for increased spending on infrastructure projects and efforts to increase the number of manufacturing jobs in the United States.  No details of these plans were provid... More »