Sen. Susan Collins is very concerned about the Trump administration's decision to eliminate protections for transgender patients, calling it "simply wrong." She's also applauding the Supreme Court decision on Monday barring employers from discriminating against LGBTQ workers, and calling for Congress to pass the Equality Act to extend those protections to LGBTQ people in all public accommodations. So she must be fretting, furrowing her brow, and wringing her hands over what her boy Justice Brett...
Dare to criticize the leftist Black Lives Matter movement and advertisers will treat you like a pariah. Fox News host Tucker Carlson drew the foam-at-the-mouth response from the liberal media and from advertisers for not adopting groupthink. Carlson dared to say of the left's response to the rioting and looting: “No matter what they tell you, it has very little to do with black lives. If only it did. If Democratic leaders cared about saving the lives of black people — and they should — they...
Enough about the United States Supreme Court. Let's highlight some positive news from the Utah Supreme Court. Last week that Court decided Terry Mitchell v. Richard Warren Roberts, a case on certification from the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah. The defendant's name should look familiar. Roberts previously served as the Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. But in 2016, he abruptly resigned from the court after he was accused of raping Terry Mitchell,...
The Society for Human Resource Management has more than 300,000 members and is the largest global HR organization.
Other academics, particularly younger scholars, often ask me about how to get an academic book published. When I recently floated the idea of writing a series of blog posts about this issue, on social media, the response was so overwhelming that I decided to go ahead with it.
EV Tuesday: Electric Buses in Brazil to Advance BatteriesThis is the 647th edition of the Spotlight on Green News & Views (previously known as the Green Diary Rescue). Here is the June 6 edition. Inclusion of a story in the Spotlight does not necessarily indicate my agreement with or endorsement of it.
In a video that's gone viral, a black woman left a white woman speechless as she explained why she's not voting for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden this fall.
Potentially thousands of Saudis are subject to travel restrictions.
Even in a pandemic, democracy marches on. Polls are open Tuesday for party primaries, from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. Monday is the last day to postmark a mail-in absentee ballot. The Post urges readers to cast their ballots against extremism and corruption. US House of Representatives • 16th Congressional District (Bronx/Westchester) Veteran Rep. Eliot
The Philippines' health ministry reported 607 new coronavirus infections and 22 more deaths on Saturday, taking the total number of cases to 25,392 and fatalities to 1,074.
Police monitored a hundred million encrypted messages sent through Encrochat, a network used by career criminals to discuss drug deals, murders, and extortion plots.
Take advantage of extra savings on your favorite gadgets this holiday weekend.
US Suffers Record 52k New COVID-19 Cases As Holiday Weekend Begins: Live Updates
Britain is scrapping a 14-day quarantine rule for arrivals from about 60 countries deemed “lower risk” for the coronavirus, including France, Spain, Germany and Italy
Thai authorities are urging vigilance as the country celebrates its first long holiday weekend after lifting most restrictions imposed to fight the spread of the coronavirus
Plastic might be saving our lives from coronavirus now, only to endanger us in the future as it pervades our food and the very air we breathe.
Arizona's gym owners want big brother off their lats.
The Outpost is a ripping combat film that demonstrates one more time how soldiers confronting death in some godforsaken outback can be fatally hobbled by the micro-management of top brass who are in turn taking orders from bumbling politicians half a world away. Why do some things never change?