A loss next month in Virginia, which hasn’t elected a Republican to statewide office in eight years, could stir doubts about message and strategy and inflame tensions between progressive activists and the Democratic establishment as the party gears up for the all-important 2018 midterm elections.
A former portfolio manager resigned after being accused of making inappropriate sexual comments to colleagues, and a tech fund manager was fired for allegedly harassing a 26-year-old employee. The allegations come as corporate America faces heightened scrutiny of sexual harassment claims.
“Thank You for Your Service” chronicles Adam Schumann’s descent into despair as he was tormented by an event that happened near the beginning of his deployment. His path to healing started with a long journey home, where he was met only by his wife at a little airport in Kansas.
In the Wisconsin gerrymandering case, Chief Justice John G. Roberts lamented the predicament the court would be in if called upon regularly to choose winners and losers among Democrats and Republicans.
The consequences were swift: The rest of the team’s season has been canceled; police are investigating the students seen in the video; and the whole team — now the face of a viral video — has to undergo sensitivity training.
For years, the finest arabica beans were mostly exported, and the most popular preparation yielded weak and watery java. But globalization is fomenting a revolution of coffee-drinking culture in Colombia.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has long sought to change the part of Japan’s constitution that renounces war. Conservatives say the move is overdue, but China and South Korea fear the potential return of a militaristic Japan.