Month: June 2022

Boris Johnson scrapes through Tory confidence vote

LONDON — Boris Johnson has survived a challenge to his leadership after Tory MPs failed to oust him in a…

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<div>Montana’s Rivers and Streams Belong to Everyone. We Have to Protect Them From the Rich.</div>

Montana’s Rivers and Streams Belong to Everyone. We Have to Protect Them From the Rich.

Montana’s beautiful, serene rivers were sites of life-changing experiences for me. The rights of all Montanans to those rivers were…

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Swedish government threatened by vote of no confidence in justice minister

STOCKHOLM — A proposed vote of no confidence in Sweden’s justice minister is threatening to bring down the government of…

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What Democrats can learn from Tuesday’s California primaries

What Democrats can learn from Tuesday’s California primaries

L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer speaks at campaign event for Rep. Karen Bass, a candidate for Los Angeles mayor ahead…

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At UN, EU’s Michel blames Russia for food crisis

NEW YORK — In a speech Monday at the United Nations Security Council, European Council President Charles Michel pushed back hard…

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Six things to watch during the Summit of the Americas

Six things to watch during the Summit of the Americas

It is an age-old lament, and more than a little true: The United States doesn’t pay enough attention to Latin…

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<div>Mexican president won't attend Summit of the Americas</div>

Mexican president won’t attend Summit of the Americas

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will skip the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles later this week over…

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Boris Johnson faces confidence vote

Tory MPs will decide whether to back their leader in a ballot.

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The Supreme Court gives workers a backhanded victory

The Supreme Court gives workers a backhanded victory

Southwest Airlines aircraft loading for morning flights at the Denver International Airport in 2015. | Joe Amon/The Denver Post via…

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Guns do more than kill

Guns do more than kill

Gun violence victim Lisa James gathers with friends and relatives of Avent Holston, who was shot and killed at the…

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<div>The Supreme Court Has Dealt a Major Blow to the Right to Effective Legal Counsel</div>

The Supreme Court Has Dealt a Major Blow to the Right to Effective Legal Counsel

All people should have the right to effective legal representation when they’re facing criminal charges. But the Supreme Court has…

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<div>LA Korean Restaurant Workers Just Won a Pathbreaking Union Contract</div>

LA Korean Restaurant Workers Just Won a Pathbreaking Union Contract

After a hard-fought, five-year organizing campaign, the largely immigrant workforce at Genwa, a Korean BBQ chain in Los Angeles, has…

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<div>The Third-World Debt Crisis Reveals the Rot at the Heart of the Global Economy</div>

The Third-World Debt Crisis Reveals the Rot at the Heart of the Global Economy

Developing countries are undergoing an unprecedented combination of currency crises, debt, famine, and political unrest — and the US decision…

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<div>No, Post-Nazi Germany Isn’t a Model of Atoning for the Past</div>

No, Post-Nazi Germany Isn’t a Model of Atoning for the Past

German public debate is often marked by self-congratulation at “coming to terms” with the country’s past. Yet comparisons between antisemitism…

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EU politicians say Boris Johnson’s defeat would be ‘good news’ for the bloc

There’s one parliament where there aren’t many supporters of Boris Johnson — thankfully for the British prime minister it’s the…

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Vox’s Sean Illing to Take the Helm as Host of Vox Conversations

Vox’s Sean Illing to Take the Helm as Host of Vox Conversations

Illing, who has hosted the show part-time since it launched last year, will begin his role this fall.  Vox’s VP…

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