To get a sense of how employers are charting changing workplaces, The Washington Post posed questions about the pandemic and social justice to Top Workplaces winners — a list of 200 organizations that received high ratings from their employees in companywide surveys.
Protesters and advocates say they’re seeing the revival of a familiar tactic from the country’s long civil conflict: disappearances. According to the attorney general’s office, 84 remain unaccounted for.
Iran’s President-elect Ebrahim Raisi, a cleric and former judiciary chief, is a hardline conservative who enjoyed the backing of Iran’s supreme leader and allied security services in last week’s presidential elections.
As the nation celebrates Juneteenth, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) has introduced a bill to establish a federal memorial on the Georgetown waterfront commemorating the unknown number of kidnapped Africans believed to have arrived there.
Virginia reported a single death on Saturday, but the numbers crept up on Sunday and Monday — a reminder that the virus can still claim lives, especially in areas where vaccination rates are relatively low.
A new economic era has arrived, and it features greater worker power, higher housing costs and very different ways of doing business. Policymakers are also contending with inflation and how Americans will react to high rates.