The orders would make it easier to fire poor performers, sharply curtail the time federal employees can be paid for union work and direct agencies to negotiate tougher union contracts. The largest federal employee union said the orders “strip federal employees of their decades-old right to representation at the worksite.”
President Trump said he had allowed ZTE Corp. to remain open despite fierce bipartisan opposition from lawmakers who have warned that the embattled Chinese telecommunications giant should be severely punished for breaking U.S. law.
The Egyptian soccer star will enter Saturday’s Champions League final and next month’s World Cup as the subject of adoration by his recently adopted English city. “He’s like the beacon of hope, to most of Egyptians, Muslims, Arabs, because everyone wants to be like Salah in his field.” said one student from Cairo who is studying in Liverpool.
A letter to faculty says the board of trustees for the University of Southern California would replace C.L. Max Nikias. Calls for Nikias’s resignation followed an investigation that found a school gynecologist conducted inappropriate pelvic exams and made offensive remarks.
As the once-powerful movie mogul was arraigned on felony charges, including first-degree rape, the moment offered an opportunity for the public to confront the rare entertainment figure to face criminal charges and by extension to confront the culture of abuse and privilege he came to represent.
The dead animal’s canine teeth were too short, the front paws were tiny for a wolf, and the claws on those paws were too long. The ears were too big as well, experts told The Washington Post, and the coat was wrong. This was no wolf.