Friday, November 20, 2015

November 20 News Update

Nov. 2015 Oakland
Calif. climate activists gear up for Nov. 21
Cracks found in Scottish nuclear reactor
FDA approves genetically modified salmon
Change Coming For Oil, Gas Cos After Massive Earthquakes In Oklahoma
The House Science Committee Chair is harassing US climate scientists
Pacific Ocean temperature data shows El NiƱo is gathering record strength
Fate of Ford-UAW deal in the hands of Dearborn workers
UAW-Ford deal coming down to final votes
VW skilled-trades workers to get UAW vote
German labor union opening joint office in Tennessee with UAW
UAW skilled trades workers lack veto power

Labor union continues strike, pickets county government center

The Dixie
      Chicks at the Grammys in 2007; while they won an award, their core
      audience had turned against them.
Photograph: Hector Mata/AFP/Getty Images
Is country music ready to forgive the Dixie Chicks?

O'Hare Airport security workers strike
UE Reaches Tentative National Agreement with Renzenberger
Kaiser Mental Health Clinicians Win Scheduling Ratios
Protests continue over Minn. police shooting
Rauner Strikes Contract Deals With Unions, Takes Aim At AFSCME
Concord city workers on strike over unfair labor practices
Huffington Post employees urge colleagues to join union movement
More Mexican immigrants leaving U.S. than entering: Pew
Students want Woodrow Wilson's name removed from Princeton
What Americans Thought of Jewish Refugees on the Eve of World War II
What's a Democratic Socialist? Bernie Sanders Explains
File Says N.S.A. Found Way to Replace Email Program *

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