Dany Cotton, the #London fire commissioner, said she understood the “absolute frustration and misery” of people concerned about loved ones who had not yet been identified, but that it was critical to go through the… Read More
by Rev. Irene Monroe In this political climate hate speech is becoming common use. And there has been an uptick of the use of the n-word, even from the mouths of people one would not… Read More
The Senate parliamentarian has warned Republicans that a provision in their healthcare reform bill related to abortion is unlikely to be allowed, raising a serious threat to the legislation. The parliamentarian, Elizabeth MacDonough, has flagged… Read More
Saudi Arabia’s national football team have been criticised for failing to observe a minute’s silence held before Thursday’s match against Australia in Adelaide. The Socceroos lined up in the centre of the pitch before the… Read More
We know American employers don’t always treat older workers fairly. We need your help figuring out what that looks like. by Peter Gosselin ProPublica (We are gathering stories as well for a book by our… Read More
Labour and the Conservatives will step up their bidding war for working-class voters on Monday with a raft of eye-catching policies on workers’ rights and the NHS, as the general election campaign steps up a… Read More
Christmas came early for the Democrats. Let’s hope they don’t f*** this up!
by Robert Reich Shame on every one of the 217 Republicans who voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act on Thursday, and substitute basically nothing. Trumpcare isn’t a replacement of the Affordable Care Act. It’s… Read More