Tuesday, November 10, 2015

November 10 News Update

China smog reaches 50 times WHO recommendations
A Dolphin Baby Bust in the Gulf of Mexico Worries Scientists
World Bank: Global warming will drive 100 million people into poverty
2nd train derails in Wisconsin in 2 days, spills crude oil
Global temperature rise to pass 1 degree C this year
CO2 levels hit record high for 30th year in a row: WMO
Megacities hit hard by surging sea levels even at 2C rise
Earth in 'uncharted territory' on global warming
After Keystone win, opponents turn fight to other pipelines
The German Government's Role in the VW Scandal
Shift to Lower-Carbon Energy Is Too Slow, I.E.A. Report Warns *

Fight for $15 Strike: Details on Tuesday's Fast Food
      Workers Strike
Fight for $15 Strike: Details on Tuesday's Fast Food Workers Strike
U.S. fast-food workers to strike in 270 cities
Kansas City fast-food workers plan to strike Tuesday
Low-wage workers plan numerous actions Tuesday

UAW explores why GM skilled trades rejected labor pact
UAW listens to skilled-trades gripes; GM pact on hold
Jobs, plant investment cornerstone of Ford-UAW contract
Ford-UAW deal richest of the Big Three automakers
Official Union Summary Of Ford Tentative Agreement

40 years ago, Edmund Fitzgerald sinks

University of Missouri chief quits amid protests over campus racism
Trumka Applauds Students for Collective Action Against Racism on Campus

Work, Not Charity
Newfane, Buffalo union nursing home workers to picket Tuesday
Judge orders NSA bulk collection halted weeks early
Catalan assembly votes to start process of breaking from Spain
GE wins $2.6 billion contract to make trains in India
News agency hammers Kansas, Missouri for alleged ethics, transparency lapses
Data KC: Government jobs are important in the area — but not growing
Colo. to vote on universal health care in '16
Lufthansa strike grounds nearly 1,000 flights
Court again blocks Obama's plan to protect undocumented migrants
In the footsteps of Frida Kahlo: how is life changing for Mexico City's women?
Contra Costa County Nurses Vote Overwhelmingly to Ratify New Contract
Germany Spied on Friends and Vatican

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

We take a closer look at news stories in our companion Week In Review blog, hosted at: KC Labor at WordPress

No comments: