New York City’s roughly 65,000 app-based food-delivery workers typically work at least six days a week for well below minimum wage, according to “Essential but Unprotected: New York City’s App-based Food Delivery Workers.” a study released September 13, by the Worker’s Justice Project, Los Deliveristas Unidos, and Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations.
National Guard Will Drive School Buses Amid Driver Shortage Business Insider
The governor of Massachusetts activated the national guard on Monday to drive school buses.
But it still won’t cover the dollar’s actual loss of purchasing power.
South Korea successfully tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) on Wednesday (Sep 15), becoming the first country without nuclear weapons to develop such a system
American political analyst and activist Bill Dores has criticized former US Secretary of State Condoleezza “Condi” Rice who said on Sunday that Americans are safer today because the United States invaded Afghanistan and Iraq following the 9/11 attacks.
“Sick societies have sick institutions” David F. Ruccio
#BREAKING Formerly an island of stability in a troubled region, the oil-rich North American nation, strategically located on the Mexico-Canada border, has suffered election violence, deadly disease, natural disasters and ethnic killings, with millions displaced and going hungry.
— gathara (@gathara) September 15, 2021
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