Tag Archives: The Washington Post

Steubenville rape convict can play college football, for now, judge says

A judge has decided that a college football player convicted of rape as a teen in a highly publicized Ohio case will be temporarily reinstated to his team. The decision came after the player, Ma’lik Richmond, had filed suit against Youngstown State University (YSU) in federal court. U.S. District Judge Benita Pearson granted Richmond, of Steubenville, Ohio, a temporary restraining ...

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KICKED TO THE CURB Trump Tower evicts Secret Service over rental dispute

A dispute over rent has forced the Secret Service out of Trump Tower in New York City and onto the street. The federal law-enforcement agency vacated its command post inside the Manhattan skyscraper that houses the president’s primary personal residence following a dispute between the government and the Trump Organization over the terms of a rental agreement, the Washington Post ...

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BIAS ALERT: Trump's defense of the West dubbed racist – Watters asks wrestling fans about Trump's CNN body-slam GIF

President Trump spoke proudly of the Western world pursuing innovation, cherishing art and writing symphonies – but the only instrument a Washington Post writer heard was a dog whistle. Trump’s Thursday speech in Warsaw was largely acclaimed – even by longtime critics – as the president took Russia to task for destabilizing actions around the world and praised the Polish ...

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UNION HYPOCRISY? Report on salaries ignores labor bosses' big pay

A powerful labor union’s new report slams the pay gap between CEOs and rank-and-file workers, but critics say it conveniently ignores the sky-high salaries union bosses pull down. The AFL-CIO’s annual Executive Paywatch  report, unveiled this week, found that last year the average S&P 500 CEO earned a total of $13.1 million in compensation, while the average U.S. worker made only $37,632, ...

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