Monday, April 2, 2018

April 2 News Update

Biggest Threat to Humanity? Climate Change, U.N. Chief Says *
Court Dismisses Exxon’s Effort to Block Climate Investigation *
Automakers Sought Looser Rules but May Get More Than They Bargained for *
Utility Giant FirstEnergy Calls for Emergency Subsidy, Says It Can’t Compete
At Pruitt’s E.P.A.: No Studies, No Data, No Rules *
When nature says 'Enough!': the river that appeared overnight in Argentina
Paris Climate Goals Depend on Promoting Biodiversity

Trump silences Labor Department’s workplace safety panels
Dying on the job: 164 workers killed in Ohio
Teachers' strike a turning point for labor?
Two-day strike by French workers to disrupt train service
Why have KCI negotiations with labor unions stalled?
She fled Liberia’s civil war 24 years ago. Now Trump wants her to go back
'Memphis died with Dr King' – shadow of civil rights leader haunts city
AggregateIQ: the obscure Canadian tech firm and the Brexit data riddle
Legislators fail to vote on 2 faculty union bills
Union Behind ‘Fight For $15’ Cuts Funding For Local Fast-Food Campaigns
UAW strike fund and assets grow as VP Norwood Jewell exits
IAM Local 623 Members Approve 'Effects Agreement' at Closing Electrolux Plant
The Only Way to Survive Janus
Negotiations stall at UConn, graduate employees organize sit-in
Easter tirade: Trump attacks Nafta and says 'No more Daca deal'
Are You a U.S. Citizen? How a 2020 Census Question Could Impact States *
‘It’s Factory North America,’ but Trump Could Hobble It *
At Stephen Hawking Funeral, Eddie Redmayne Gives Readings *
How to Fill Tough Jobs in Undesirable Areas: Hire Refugees *

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.

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