Weekly Current Event and Critical Thinking Questions for October 15, 2019.
October 7, 2019 Pete WilliamsNBC News WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court will tackle gay rights, protection for young immigrants known as Dreamers, and religious freedom—and also might consider
September 29, 2019Bart Jansen and Christal HayesUSA Today WASHINGTON – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she wants to move “expeditiously” on the impeachment inquiry into whether President Donald Trump abused
Company and union bargainers are still at odds over wages, temporary workers and profit-sharing. Sept. 22, 2019Mike Colias and Nora NaughtonThe Wall Street Journal The United Auto Workers
The state would become the second in the nation, behind Michigan, to outlaw sale of the fruity flavors popular with children and teenagers. September 16, 2019Jesse McKinley and
September 7, 2019 Dee-Ann Durbin and Adriana Gomez Licon ABC News The Bahamas was on track for a record year of tourism before Hurricane Dorian hit. Now, the
Mary PflumMay 18, 2019NBC News This month’s announcement from Party City that it’s closing more than 40 stores as it grapples with new challenges, including diminishing helium supplies,
KEY POINTS U.S. states filed a lawsuit accusing Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc of orchestrating a scheme with 19 other drug companies to inflate drug prices, sometimes by more
The unpredictable weather in southern Minnesota means that spring planting season is brief and often frantic, sometimes requiring 24-hour shifts if the weather requires it.
April 26, 2019Elizabeth FlockPBS News Hour Product designer Kaiwei Tang spent years designing smartphones for big companies like Nokia and Motorola. But he started to feel bothered by
New York City is about to embark on an ambitious plan to fight climate change that would force thousands of large buildings, like the Empire State Building and Trump Tower, to sharply reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.