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CREDIT: Shutterstock On Tuesday evening, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed the Retail Workers Bill of Rights, the country’s first-ever legislation aimed at improving life for retail employees. The new rules will require retail chains that have 11 or more locations across the country and employ 20 or more people in San Francisco to provide advance notice of schedules, improve the treatment of part-time employees, and give current workers the opportunity to take on more hours before hiring new people.
CREDIT: AP A trial for seven students of a economics professor and rights’ advocate serving a life sentence for “separatism” in China’s northwestern Xinjiang province began on Tuesday. The students volunteered for a website founded by Ilham Tohti who is an outspoken proponent for the rights of the country’s minority Uighur ethnic minority.
It's day that sticks in Katina Crumpton's mind with complete clarity: Aug. 29, 2000, when she and other family members watched helplessly as a police officer killed her uncle, who could not hear or speak, in his driveway.
Fourteen years ago, Detroit Police Officer David Krupinski and three other officers arrived at the home of Errol Shaw, 39.
For much of the past six years or so, U. S. policy in the Middle East has had a "Godfather III" problem, with the recent (and strangely ignored) news that the war in Afghanistan won't be ending in 2014 after all as just the latest example. After a decade-plus of invasions and occupations, an American military presence in this, the most volatile region of the globe, has become a given — like overcast skies in England or earthquakes in Japan.