Strikes Are Sweeping the Labor Market as Workers Wield New Leverage

Shortly before midnight on Wednesday, manufacturing and distributing employees at a John Deere facility in Waterloo, Iowa, shut down the foundry and walked out as a form of a protest against the company’s working conditions. The foundry was already empty and understaffed when Deere started telling their employees with night shifts not to come to work. Overnight workers panicked because of the lack of jobs in the market.

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Biden’s Plan to Restore and Restructure Iran Deal

President Joe Biden and three of his European partners said in a joint statement on Saturday that they’re certain that the Iran atomic arrangement can be reestablished in spite of its slow down over the mid-year.

In a joint statement that came following a conversation between Biden, United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the G20 in Rome, the leaders said they are “convinced that it is possible to quickly reach and implement an understanding on return to full compliance” of the Iran nuclear deal.

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Federal Judge Issues Order Blocking Texas’ Six-Week Abortion Ban

“From the moment S.B. 8 went into effect, women have been unlawfully prevented from exercising control over their lives in ways that are protected by the Constitution”, US District Judge Robert Pitman said when addressing a request from the Justice Department, which brought the lawsuit. “That other courts may find a way to avoid this conclusion is theirs to decide; this Court will not sanction one more day of this offensive deprivation of such an important right.” The appointed authority’s structure is a win for abortion laws’ defenders, who had seen different endeavors to hinder the law obstructed by the ban’s plan. Though, it may be just an impermanent triumph.

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David Neal Steps Onto the Plate for the Director of the EIOR

In today’s day and age, the topic of immigration is very controversial and while everyday people may have different opinions, the only opinions that matter are those Judges in the Immigration courts.  These professionals decide the fate of immigrants and/or migrants on whether they should be allowed to stay in the United States or be deported. 

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