against him has put the topic of judicial ethnicity front and center. So its worth pausing
to consider the most important - and controversial - discussion of the significance of a
judges ethnic or religious background in the history of Supreme Court opini
Will this summer be hotter than average?
How much rain can we expect?
A key step to answering questions about the weather is to consult the
historic record. But what if there were no record? That's the predicament
that Rwanda faces. The civil war and geno
Then the lie was laid bare. North Carolina Gov. Jim McCrory had
said back in February that anti-discrimination laws, which he called
Bathroom Bills, would create major public safety issues by
putting citizens in possible danger from deviant actions by
According to Mark Cuban, Mavericks owner and star on
ABCs Shark Tank, Hillary Clintons presidential campaign has been
trying for the past month to schedule a meeting with him. Its no
surprise: Cubanwho not too long ago called Trump probably the
This new era coincided with the end of the postwar economic boom
and the beginning of growing extreme wealth inequality. These forces
captured the Republican Party and engineered the nomination of
Ronald Reagan, employing racism and the elaboration of the
The three felony charges stem from allegations that Urbanovsky
swindled three employees out of more than $141,000, cajoling
them to use their personal credit cards to cover company
expenses. An October trial date has been set.
Separately, Urbanovsky faces
A few examples: The New York Times reporter who rattled the city
this month with her report on the awful conditions for nail salon
workers was given a month just to see whether it was a story, and a
year to conduct her investigation. Money bought time. Sh
Saudi Arabia is planning to establish a $2tn (1.4tn) sovereign
wealth fund by selling off its state petroleum assets in preparation
for a world beyond oil.
Greenpeace said it was a pivotal moment akin to Switzerland
abandoning banking, but others claimed
While Clinton would defeat Texas Senator Ted Cruz by a slightly
narrower margin, 45 percent to 42 percent, the Quinnipiac poll
showed Clinton would lose to Ohio Governor John Kasich, 47
percent to 39 percent. Sanders would top Cruz 50 percent to 39
Fed Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard, who votes on policy this year, said the
US central bank should consider rate increases sooner than later, in part because of the
prospect of inflation overshooting the Feds target.
Wages, according to anecdot
Industry data has suggested that production has rebounded
strongly since the sanctions were officially lifted.
Bloomberg reported that Iranian production rose to 3
million barrels per day in February, the highest since July
Mr. Rouhani and his econo
Some Clinton fundraisers said the campaign is noticing
renewed interest among donors to support her beyond
primary season. Her campaign, they add, appears
more open to accepting that cash, an indication they
believe she will win the nomination.
"I think t
Marco Rubio released summaries of his last five years of tax filings
on Saturday, revealing him to be a candidate with a senator's
steady annual income of $176,000 who reaped repeated windfalls
from book deals. During his first four years in the Senate, R