Monday, July 31, 2017

July 31 News Update

Back From Vacation--Lots of News

2017 is so far the second-hottest year on record
To win climate justice we must hit Trump where it hurts
New research shows irreversible changes in England
Shell Shuts Down Most of Netherlands Refinery Due to Fire *
Down the Mighty Columbia River, Where a Power Struggle Looms *
In Pivotal Moment, Tesla Unveils Its First Mass-Market Sedan *
Al Gore: 'The rich have subverted all reason'
Collusion Between Germany's Biggest Carmakers
Greenland is changing colour because of global warming
The Climate Lab That Sits Empty *
It’s Not Your Imagination. Summers Are Hotter. *

Silent Protest Art March, Bryant Park, New York
100th anniversary of NAACP's silent parade sees scary parallels

amtrak train
Trump's Amtrak Budget Derails Service to 220 Cities

Goodyear, United Steelworkers reach tentative agreement
ILWU says workers endorse contract extension at West Coast ports
L.A. Metro Board Approves 5 New Union Contracts
Missouri appeals court labor victory over 'right to work'
Workers at Davis-Monthan Vote to Join Machinists' Union
Seward Coop workers vote overwhelmingly to unionize
Bipartisan coalition defeats attempt to weaken prevailing wage
Debate continues on earned sick and safe time in Duluth
Ohio Teachers Win Back Regular Raises
How D.C. Grocery Workers Got Their Groove Back
Pride 2017
Philadelphia City Council pushes ‘diversity’ in the building trades
Scaramucci’s Vulgar Rants Debate: Asterisks or No Asterisks? *
Scam alert: Trump's $1tn 'infrastructure plan' is a giveaway to the rich
Foxconn's $10bn move to the US is not a reason to celebrate
Last-minute talks bid to halt first Bank of England strike in 50 years
Grenfell residents condemn basing of new taskforce in council office
A Sioux Family Fights Apparent Miscarriage of Justice
3,000 hits, 3,000 bruises, infinite respect
3 Things Trump Is Already Doing to ‘Let Obamacare Implode’ *

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

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