Lucy Marshall moved from York to Perth so she could study at Curtin University and has been looking for work for six months. She has applied for 60 different positions in person and online.
'Steve (is) a good example of "don't do this at home"'
Huawei's legal chief told CNBC that the company makes "solutions for civil use."
Now-former Labor Secretary Alexa Acosta's abrupt departure from the White House Friday morning is reportedly the result of Trump "stewing" about further disclosures. "There would just continue to be disclosures," a senior official told CNN's Jim Acosta. "There would be questions in this town and on the [2020 campaign] trail."
Mitch McConnell dodged questions Tuesday about whether it would be racist to suggest his Taiwanese immigrant wife should “go back to where she came from” — like President Trump told four Democratic women of color. The Senate Majority Leader ducked a question by CNN reporter Manu Raju if he would
Robert Johnson, one of the first black billionaires, says the Democratic Party is too far left for most black Americans.
As Maryland Rep. Andy Harris tried to defend President Donald Trump’s tweets targeting four Democratic congresswomen of color, the Eastern Shore congressman learned the hard way that only the the president speaks for president. Harris went on WBAL Radio on Monday to defend Trump, who said in a
BRIAN KILMEADE (GUEST CO-HOST): But you know what his point was, in the Donald Trump way that we've gotten a chance to see for the last two and a half years is, it's not so much go home. It's like, appreciate your country. Why don't you critique it on the positive way --
In Washington state, obesity is now officially considered a disability—and protected under state anti-discrimination law. This means that "it is illegal for employers in Washington to refuse to hire qualified potential employees because the employer perceives them to be obese," as the Washington Supreme Court put it in a 7-2 ruling issued last week.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Democratic man running for office in Mississippi says he wasn't criticizing all women — just one — when he said being county supervisor is "a man's job."