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1.5 Million Retirees Await Congressional Fix for a Pension Time Bomb

1.5 Million Retirees Await Congressional Fix for a Pension Time Bomb

Senator Sherrod Brown, Democrat of Ohio, represents many retirees covered by multiemployer pension plans and fought for the creation of a select congressional committee to craft what could effectively be a federal rescue of as many as 200 of the plans.

Whistle-blower in Afghan probe pleads guilty

Whistle-blower in Afghan probe pleads guilty

A soldier who tried to blow the whistle on a plot to murder Afghan civilians pleaded guilty at his court-martial Friday to a charge of involuntary manslaughter in one man's death. ...

Novak Djokovic Wins After an Injury Layoff, but Questions Remain

Novak Djokovic Wins After an Injury Layoff, but Questions Remain

Novak Djokovic showed a little rust but had little trouble defeating Donald Young in straight sets on Tuesday.

By Light of a Blood Moon, Life Returns to a Bombed-Out Syrian Landscape

By Light of a Blood Moon, Life Returns to a Bombed-Out Syrian Landscape

At dusk, Fatma Muhammed, 34, stood outside her house with one of her nine children in Kobani, Syria.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Bemoans a ‘Divisive’ Term, but Vows to Stick Around

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Bemoans a ‘Divisive’ Term, but Vows to Stick Around

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attending the premiere of a documentary about her, “RBG,” this year. Last week, Justice Ginsburg delivered her yearly address at Duke Law School’s summer program.

Why Starbucks’s Bias Training, Despite Skepticism, Is an Important Start

Why Starbucks’s Bias Training, Despite Skepticism, Is an Important Start

Starbucks is about to embark on one of corporate America’s most ambitious efforts to deal with implicit racial bias, by closing its doors for a four-hour afternoon training session.


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