The National Labor Relations Board will now be able to more easily sue Amazon if it is found that the online company reneged on its agreement.
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Andrew Cuomo Won’t Be Charged For Touching Trooper At Racetrack
Acting Nassau County District Attorney Joyce Smith said an investigation found the allegations against the former New York governor to be “credible, deeply troubling, but not criminal under New York law.”
Trump Asks Supreme Court To Block Release Of Documents
Trump turned to the Supreme Court in a last-ditch effort to keep documents away from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.
Sen. Chris Coons Tests Positive For COVID-19
The Delaware Democrat said he is experiencing “minimal symptoms.”
Pharma-Friendly Democrat Kurt Schrader Has A Progressive Primary Challenger
Jamie McLeod-Skinner, a school board member and attorney, said Schrader is “out of touch.”
Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon Carjacked At Gunpoint; 5 In Custody
Five suspects are in custody in Delaware after they were found in a vehicle that was stolen at gunpoint in Philadelphia from U.S. Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon.
Biden Promised ‘Normal’ And Got It: Getting Blamed For Things Outside His Control
A president’s power over things like inflation are limited at best while some GOP governors work to sabotage his efforts to end the COVID pandemic.
California Sets Feb. 1 Deadline For All Health Care Workers To Receive COVID-19 Booster
Although the state also requires other groups to either be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing, there is no plan to make them to get a booster shot.
Supreme Court To Hold Special Session On Vaccine Requirements
Republican-led states, conservative organizations and businesses had challenged the requirement after OSHA published the rule in early November.
House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn Tests Positive For COVID-19
The House’s third-ranking Democrat, who said he is asymptomatic, is the latest high-profile politician to get infected as the omicron variant rapidly spreads.