Friday, September 15, 2017

September 15 News Update

Irma lands a heavy blow on Puerto Rico
Red list: ash trees and antelopes on the brink of extinction
US people of color more likely to be exposed to pollution than white people
EU report on weedkiller safety copied text from Monsanto study
Broken by Storm, St. Martin Faces Starting From Zero *
Floating Tar, Dead Fish: Oil Spill Threatens Greek Beaches *
Harrowing Storms May Move Climate Debate, if Not G.O.P. Leaders *

Harvard Hopes Trump Will Help It Undermine Unions

IBEW Union Workers Challenge the Spectrum of Corporate Greed
NSA’s Cyberwarfare Blowback
Not a duel, but a duet
Main Czech trade union calls for bigger pay hikes as economy soars
Union Fights Hartford's Layoff Of Tree Trimmers
A salute to American labor unions
Union Power Is Putting Pressure on Silicon Valley
Iowa workers and activists continue to fight for higher wages
Labor’s Southern Strategy
When the teachers turned Chicago union red
Google 'segregates' women into lower-paying jobs, lawsuit says
Poor diet is a factor in one in five deaths, global disease study reveals
Connections, community and cute-ass cats: in praise of real-life bodegas
Unions call for 3.9% pay rise plus £800 for a million NHS staff
New Scrutiny for Nursing Homes After 8 Die in Florida *
Harvard Dean Revokes Fellowship for Chelsea Manning *
Grenfell Fire Inquiry Opens Amid ‘Sense of Anger and Betrayal’ *
Subway Commute Snared by Debris, Switch Problem and Power Malfunction *

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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