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To Hillary Clinton, Uber is a double-edged sword

Monday, 13 July 2015 20:55 Written by
When voters go to the polls in next year's presidential election, could a candidate's stance on the sharing economy factor into their decision? In a speech Monday focused on economic policy, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton spoke out on what she saw as the double-edged sword that characterizes startups like Uber, Airbnb or Instacart. Companies operating in this "gig" economy, she said, are innovative because they make it easy for people to make money by driving…
Hillary Takes Aim at Republicans in Policy Speech
Monday, 13 July 2015 20:48 Written by
NEW YORK—Hillary Clinton, delivering her 2016 campaign’s first big economic speech, virtually ignored her Democratic rivals and instead targeted Republicans, signaling to voters in her party how she would carry the fight in a general election. Her speech Monday was the most sweeping policy address of her presidential campaign and among the most partisan. Republicans have long had Mrs. Clinton in their sights, and attacking her is a...
STILL DREAMING BIG 9-year-old won't let 20 surgeries slow him down
Monday, 13 July 2015 20:44 Written by
Tyler Bois, 9, has undergone 20 surgeries. (Boston Children's Hospital) A 9-year-old boy with two conditions that affect his brain and spinal cord has not let either diagnosis or the 20 surgeries he’s had prevent him from dreaming big. Tyler Bois, who was born with spina bifida and a Chiari malformation, a congenital defect in which the back parts of the brain slip into the spinal cord, underwent his first surgery
Hillary Clinton Has One Word for Donald Trump in Response to His Inflammatory Take on Illegal Immigration
Monday, 13 July 2015 20:42 Written by
Ed Zurga/Getty Images While Donald Trump's persistence in excoriating illegal immigrants and the Mexican government has made for some entertaining headlines, Hillary Clinton is over it. "Para el Señor Trump, solo tengo una palabra," Clinton's account tweeted today, translation, "I have one word for Mr. Trump." And that word is: "¡Basta!" or "Enough!" Clinton, whom Trump last week called the
Former city mayor announces run for Congress
Monday, 13 July 2015 20:39 Written by
His campaign signs stationed on the stairs of a school in his hometown of Hazleton read, “People not Politics.” And, there he stood next to them — Mike Marsicano, another Hazleton native and former city mayor vying to represent the public in Pennsylvania’s 11th Congressional District come the 2016 election. The seat is now held by Lou Barletta, a Republican, who also served as Hazleton’s mayor. Sunday, Marsicano, a Democrat, officially announced his
Webb: Warren-Sanders-Hillary leftist tilt “not my Democratic Party”
Monday, 13 July 2015 20:37 Written by
Sanders’ solutions might be ill-conceived, but at least he’s talking about a problem that the incumbent, and the front-runner, are largely happy to ignore. And though, as an aged, openly Socialist, white male, he might not have been the dream candidate, Sanders draws enthusiastic crowds who are grateful that someone is speaking to their concerns. Likewise, Trump. His signature issue is immigration. The GOP establishment likes open borders because its big corporate donors want cheap…
Rachel Campos-Duffy makes digs at Clinton
Monday, 13 July 2015 20:37 Written by
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Burundi Postpones Presidential Elections Until July 21
Monday, 13 July 2015 20:37 Written by
Home >1 >World News >Burundi Postpones Presidential Elections Until July 21 Burundi MISNAJuly 13, 20151, World NewsNo Comments By MISNA The spokesman of the presidency, Gervais Abayeho, announced that on invitation of the East African leaders the government has decided to delay the presidential
Ford Worker Fired For Anti-Gay Comment Sues For Religious Discrimination
Monday, 13 July 2015 20:30 Written by
ASSOCIATED PRESS A former Ford Motor Co. engineer says in a lawsuit that the automaker violated his religious freedom when it fired him for posting an anti-gay comment on the company website. Thomas Banks, of Michigan, describes himself in a federal lawsuit filed Friday as a Christian who worked for Ford on assignment to Rapid Global Business Solutions for three years. A year ago,
Brazilian Congress passes financial fair play law
Monday, 13 July 2015 20:28 Written by
"This is undeniably a victory," Common Sense FC, a union of more than 1000 players who lobbied hard for the bill, said on Twitter after it passed the Senate. "The approval is a goal for Brazil. We still have a long road ahead of us. But the comeback has started!" The union said the chaotic financial state of the domestic game, where players are frequently unpaid for months, is one of

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