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IKEA Manager Charged for Firing Pole Over Anti-Gay Remarks

Congress Weighs Choice: 'Go Big' on Virus Aid or Hit 'Pause'

By Vanessa Gera |
A Polish prosecutor has charged an IKEA manager with violating the religious rights of an employee sacked for voicing strong objections, within the company, to a corporate event su...

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Czech National Museum Exhibits Masks Made During Pandemic

Czech National Museum Exhibits Masks Made During Pandemic

By Karel Janicek | May 29
The National Museum in Prague has put on display the most visible symbol of the Czech Republic's response to the coronavirus - face masks.

Buzz Kill: Pot Shops Reopen, but Some Fear Another Shutdown

Buzz Kill: Pot Shops Reopen, but Some Fear Another Shutdown

By Philip Marcelo | May 29
Marijuana shops in many states have enjoyed brisk business during the coronavirus pandemic. In New England? Not so much.

Trump's Fossil Fuel Agenda Gets Pushback from Federal Judges

Trump's Fossil Fuel Agenda Gets Pushback from Federal Judges

By Matthew Brown | May 29
Federal courts have delivered a string of rebukes to the Trump administration over what they found were failures to protect the environment and address climate change.

Job Losses Continue to Mount in U.S. Despite Reopenings

Job Losses Continue to Mount in U.S. Despite Reopenings

By Christopher Rugaber | May 29
The coronavirus crisis threw at least 2.1 million Americans out of work last week despite the gradual reopening of businesses around the country.

Texas Court: Virus Fear Alone Not Enough for Mail Balloting

Texas Court: Virus Fear Alone Not Enough for Mail Balloting

By Paul J. Weber and Jake Bleiberg | May 29
Texas' highest court ruled Wednesday that a lack of immunity to the coronavirus doesn't qualify someone to cast a ballot by mail.

Mail-In Voting Could Turn Election Day into Election Week

Mail-In Voting Could Turn Election Day into Election Week

By Nicholas Riccardi | May 29
A shift to mail voting is increasing the chances that Americans will not know the winner of the presidential race on election night. Trump could use that delay to sow doubt.

Biden Accuser's Credentials, Expert Testimony Under Scrutiny

Biden Accuser's Credentials, Expert Testimony Under Scrutiny

By Maryclaire Dale | May 29
State prosecutors in California are investigating the credentials that Tara Reade attested to in as many as 20 criminal trials.

Many More Likely Sought U.S. Jobless Aid Even As Layoffs Slow

Many More Likely Sought U.S. Jobless Aid Even As Layoffs Slow

By Christopher Rugaber | May 28
Even with companies calling some laid-off employees back to work, millions more likely filed for unemployment benefits last week.

Parties Target Control of State Legislatures, Redistricting

Parties Target Control of State Legislatures, Redistricting

By David A. Lieb | May 28
Republican and Democratic operatives are preparing for a battle of state legislative supremacy that could have a profound effect on political power for the next decade.

IKEA Manager Charged for Firing Pole Over Anti-Gay Remarks

IKEA Manager Charged for Firing Pole Over Anti-Gay Remarks

By Vanessa Gera | May 28
A Polish prosecutor has charged an IKEA manager with violating the religious rights of an employee sacked for voicing strong objections, within the company, to a corporate event supporting tolerance for LGBT people last year.

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