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Next Af-Pak-U.S. Trilateral: October

As long as we’re talking about the future composition of the Afghan government, a reliable source informs me that the next round of the U.S./Pakistani/Afghan
Jul 31, 2020

Next Af-Pak-U.S. Trilateral: October

Next Af-Pak-U.S. Trilateral: October

As long as we’re talking about the future composition of the Afghan government, a reliable source informs me that the next round of the U.S./Pakistani/Afghan
As long as we’re talking about the future composition of the Afghan government, a reliable source informs me that the next round of the U.S./Pakistani/Afghan
Jul 31, 2020

Innocent People Remain on FBI Terror Watchlist, Actual Terror Suspects Not So Much

Innocent People Remain on FBI Terror Watchlist, Actual Terror Suspects Not So Much

A Justice Department Office of Inspector General audit released today reveals that the FBI’s terrorist watchlist -- used at border crossings, airports and other
A Justice Department Office of Inspector General audit released today reveals that the FBI’s terrorist watchlist -- used at border crossings, airports and other
Jul 31, 2020

UAW, Ford may clash over concessions

UAW, Ford may clash over concessions

Now that two of the Big Three automakers have survived bankruptcy and returned to profitability, the United Auto Workers say they want the concessions they made to help that process paid back in the next union contracts — with Ford in particular. Ford did not join General Motors and Chrysler in bankruptcy, but autoworkers still made significant concessions in pay and benefits to the company to help them survive difficult times. And after two years of large profits and major bonuses to executives, the UAW says it’s time to restore those cuts: As the UAW prepares to head into labor talks this summer with the newly profitable Detroit automakers, several top union leaders say a showdown is brewing over this year’s contract — especially at Ford, which has made $9.3 billion over the past two years.
Now that two of the Big Three automakers have survived bankruptcy and returned to profitability, the United Auto Workers say they want the concessions they made to help that process paid back in the next union contracts — with Ford in particular. Ford did not join General Motors and Chrysler in bankruptcy, but autoworkers still made significant concessions in pay and benefits to the company to help them survive difficult times. And after two years of large profits and major bonuses to executives, the UAW says it’s time to restore those cuts: As the UAW prepares to head into labor talks this summer with the newly profitable Detroit automakers, several top union leaders say a showdown is brewing over this year’s contract — especially at Ford, which has made $9.3 billion over the past two years.
Jul 31, 2020
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