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  • [Business]Ex-Southwest Airlines employee's lawsuit alleges 'whites-only' break room at Hobby Airport - USA TODAY09/21 13:10

    USA TODAYEx-Southwest Airlines employee's lawsuit alleges 'whites-only' break room at Hobby AirportUSA TODAYHOUSTON — A former Southwest Airlines employee has filed a discrimination lawsuit claiming the airline allowed employees to create a whites-only break room at Houston's Hobby Airport. Jamel Parker, who was fired by Southwest last year, says he learned ...Southwest Airlines employee sues carrier over racial discrimination, claims coworkers had 'whites-only' break roomFox NewsFormer Southwest Airlines employee says coworkers had 'whites-only' break room at Houston airportDallas News (blog)all 242 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World News]Kavanaugh accuser seeks terms for testimony as deadline looms09/21 13:10

    The woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's U.S. Supreme Court nominee, of sexual assault told a Senate committee she would be willing to testify later next week as a Friday deadline set by the Republican-led panel loomed. ......Search More News

  • [World News]BlackRock's Fink: U.S. a short-term 'big winner' in China trade war09/21 13:00

    Fink, speaking at Yahoo Finance's second annual "All Markets Summit," said the United States is currently the dominant force in the trade war because U.S. companies are benefiting from the strong dollar. In the long term, however, trade tensions will hurt the United States as they are leading more non-American companies to expand their business ties with China, Fink said.......Search More News

  • [World News]Italian PM Conte convenes ministers to try to break budget impasse09/21 12:50

    Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte met his top ministers on Friday to try to overcome an impasse over the government's first budget between the ruling parties and the economy minister who is resisting their plans to boost spending. ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Moon to carry private message from Kim Jong Un to Trump09/21 12:30

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A beaming South Korean President Moon Jae-in, freshly returned home Thursday from a whirlwind three-day summit with Kim Jong Un, said the North Korean leader wants the U.S. secretary of state to visit Pyongyang soon for nuclear talks, and also hopes for a quick follow-up to his June summit with President Donald Trump.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Ford seeks to shift the balance of power in Kavanaugh drama - CNN09/21 12:20

    CNNFord seeks to shift the balance of power in Kavanaugh dramaCNN(CNN) Christine Blasey Ford is seeking answers to a question that could define the rest of her life -- one that deterred her from going public weeks ago with sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Is it worth ...'Who Has the Greater Incentive to Lie?': Defenders of Kavanaugh and His Accuser Square OffNew York Timesall 18,963 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Business]Ex-Southwest Employee Says Airline Had 'Whites Only' Break Room - Newsweek09/21 11:30

    NewsweekEx-Southwest Employee Says Airline Had 'Whites Only' Break RoomNewsweekAn ex-Southwest Airlines staffer filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the company earlier this week which alleges that his coworkers made a “whites-only” break room at Hobby Airport in Texas. In the lawsuit filed in Houston, Texas on Wednesday ...Southwest Airlines employee sues carrier over racial discrimination, claims coworkers had 'whites-only' break roomFox Newsall 221 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World]Tourists, sanctions, 'Viagra' from Pyongyang: Russia's Far East bond with the Koreas - Washington Post09/21 11:20

    Washington PostTourists, sanctions, 'Viagra' from Pyongyang: Russia's Far East bond with the KoreasWashington PostNAKHODKA, Russia — Vasily Kolchanov still shows up for work every morning, even though he has little to do these days. The United States sanctioned him last month over claims he helped North Korea buy oil. “Should I shoot myself? Or, no, I shouldn't ...News Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of the Week's HeadlinesNew York TimesPompeo Hints North Korea Talks Are Making Progress — SecretlyBloombergKim Jong Un liked his Trump summit so much, he's calling for another oneQuartzTelegraph.co.uk -WLKY Louisvilleall 454 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World News]At U.N. podium, Trump to tout protecting U.S. sovereignty09/21 10:10

    Since U.S. President Donald Trump made his debut at the United Nations a year ago pushing an "America First" policy, he has quit the Iran nuclear deal, the U.N. Human Rights Council and lashed out at some of the closest allies of the United States. ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]May's Brexit plan goes pop after 'humiliation' by EU, British media says09/21 10:10

    After a dinner of Wiener schnitzel in Salzburg, EU leaders said they will push for a Brexit deal next month but warned May that if she will not give ground on trade and the Irish border by November they are ready to cope with Britain crashing out. British newspapers led their front pages with a Reuters picture showing May, attired in a red jacket, standing apparently aloof and alone from a mass of suited male EU leaders. "May's Salzburg hopes dashed as EU leaders reject Chequers deal," said the Financial Times, which has strongly supported EU membership.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]After warm words, US tells Kim Jong-un that concessions will only come after denuclearisation09/21 10:00

    Hopes of rapid progress towards the denuclearisation of North Korea cooled on Thursday after the US pushed back against Kim Jong-un's promise to dismantle a nuclear test site if Washington first made concessions. Donald Trump and his secretary of state had both offered words of encouragement after Kim signed a joint statement with Moon Jae-in, the South Korean president, during three days of talks in Pyongyang this week. But that was followed by a more sober State Department briefing insisting nothing had changed in the US position and there could be no rewards for Mr Kim’s regime until it completed the denuclearisation process. Heather Nauert, a State Department spokeswoman, said, “Nothing can happen in the absence of denuclearisation. Denuclearisation has to come first.” Analysts have long pointed out that promises made by Kim offer little new, particularly on the issue of its nuclear weapons capability. Inside North Korea: fascinating images of the world's most secretive state That was not enough to prevent an initial positive reaction from US officials. Mr Trump described the joint declaration as “tremendous progress”. “Kim Jong-un has agreed to allow nuclear inspections, subject to final negotiations, and to permanently dismantle a test site and launch pad in the presence of international experts”, Mr Trump tweeted on Wednesday. “In the meantime there will be no rocket or ruclear testing”. Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, was equally bullish about the developments, saying he had invited Ri Yong-ho, the North Korean foreign minister, to a meeting during the United Nations General Assembly in New York next week. Beyond the pomp and pageantry, Moon is keeping delicate denuclearisation talks with North Korea on track “This will mark the beginning of negotiations to transform US-[North Korean] relations through the process of rapid denuclearisation of North Korea, to be completed by January 2021, as committed by Chairman Kim, and to construct a lasting and stable peace on the Korean Peninsula”, Mr Pompeo said in a statement. The demolition of a missile engine test site and a launch pad are not considered to be concessions because the North has already demonstrated that it can launch long-range ballistic missiles and has mobile missile launchers. The offer to shut down the nuclear plant at Yongbyon is also of limited significance because it is widely understood that Pyongyang is operating at least one secret uranium enrichment facility elsewhere. And while the North offered to dismantle the Yongbyon, it also added the caveat that it would only do so “if the US takes corresponding measures”. Washington’s insistence that the ball is in Mr Kim’s court is becoming increasingly unpopular in South Korea, however, with a new poll showing that six out of 10 people believe that additional cross-border exchanges should be permitted, along with economic cooperation, before North Korea carries out its promises to abolish its nuclear weapons.......Search More News

  • [Business]Former Southwest employee's lawsuit claims there was a whites-only' break room at Houston airport - CNN09/21 09:50

    CNNFormer Southwest employee's lawsuit claims there was a whites-only' break room at Houston airportCNN(CNN) A former employee for Southwest Airlines filed a discrimination lawsuit against the carrier, claiming it allowed employees to create a "whites-only" break room at Houston's Hobby Airport. In a lawsuit filed in federal court Wednesday, Jamal ...Southwest Airlines employee sues carrier over racial discrimination, claims coworkers had 'whites-only' break roomFox NewsFormer Southwest Airlines employee says coworkers had 'whites-only' break room at Houston airportDallas News (blog)the federal lawsuit alleges - ScribdScribdall 212 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Business]S&P 500 hits new highs after seven-month break - Pensions & Investments09/21 09:00

    USA TODAYS&P 500 hits new highs after seven-month breakPensions & InvestmentsThe S&P 500 reached another high midday Thursday, rising to 2,930 from Wednesday's close of 2,908. While the index has dipped slightly from that mark, should it close above 2,914 it will be the 19th record high in 2018, down significantly from 2017's ...Dow rallies more than 250 points to first record close since JanuaryCNBCDow finally eclipses January highCrain's Chicago Business7 Dow Jones Stocks Leading the Push to New HighsInvestorplace.comCNNMoneyall 1,915 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World News]Fingers Point to China After Break-Ins Target New Zealand Professor09/21 08:10

    Prof. Anne-Marie Brady had conducted research into the breadth of the Chinese Communist Party’s influence in Western countries.......Search More News

  • [World News]UK minister says PM May did not miscalculate at Salzburg EU summit09/21 08:00

    British Prime Minister Theresa May did not miscalculate in negotiations with European Union leaders at this week's informal summit in Salzburg, housing minister James Brokenshire said on Friday. ......Search More News

  • [World News]May's Brexit plan goes pop after 'humiliation' by EU, British media says09/21 07:41

    Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit proposals were declared dead by the British media on Friday after what they cast as a humiliation at the hands of European Union leaders at an informal summit in Salzburg. ......Search More News

  • [World]UK, France scramble fighter jets to meet 2 Russian nuclear bombers in 'act of aggression' - Business Insider09/21 06:50

    Business InsiderUK, France scramble fighter jets to meet 2 Russian nuclear bombers in 'act of aggression'Business InsiderThe UK and France scrambled fighter jets to respond to two Tu-160 Russian nuclear bombers that approached Scotland on Thursday. The UK's Defense Minister called Russia out in strong terms, saying the flight was a "military challenge" and an "act of ...Russian nuclear bomber probe prompts UK, France to scramble fightersNEWS.com.auUK and French jets scrambled as Russian bombers fly over the North SeaEvening Standardall 284 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World News]Iran's domestic car market stalls as nuclear deal falters09/21 06:30

    As Iran's currency, the rial, plummets against US dollar, cars are growing more and more expensive in Iran......Search More News

  • [World News]AP Photos: Editor selections from the past week in Asia09/21 05:21

    AP Photos: Typhoon Mangkhut's onslaught, North Korean summit, Buddhist holiday......Search More News

  • [World News]Japan uneasy over Trump pressure on auto as summit, trade talks loom09/21 05:10

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet U.S. President Donald Trump next week as fears grow in Tokyo that Washington could demand that Japan curb its car exports to the United States. ......Search More News

  • [Sport]How U.S. Open Players Find a Break From the Heat09/21 04:50

    There is one universal truth about gruesome heat at the U.S. Open: It helps a ton to be a star.......Search More News

  • [World News]Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in visit Korea's spiritual birthplace as US sets deadline for denuclearisation09/21 04:50

    Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in visited the spiritual birthplace of the Korean nation Thursday for a show of unity after their North-South summit gave new momentum to Pyongyang's negotiations with Washington. On Wednesday North Korea's leader agreed to close the Tongchang-ri missile-testing site in the presence of international observers, a move the US welcomed by saying it was ready for immediate talks aimed at denuclearising the North. Pyongyang also said it could dismantle its best-known nuclear facility at Yongbyon, if the US takes "corresponding measures", as Kim and the South Korean president held their third summit this year. It is an important caveat, but the declaration appeared to break the logjam in nuclear discussions with Washington. President Donald Trump welcomed the move, tweeting that Kim had "agreed to allow Nuclear inspections, subject to final negotiations", adding: "Very exciting!" Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also praised the "important commitments", saying he invited his North Korean counterpart to meet next week on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, and representatives of both sides to meet "at the earliest opportunity" in Vienna, home of the International Atomic Energy Agency. President Moon collects water from Lake Heaven at the bottom of Mount Paektu Credit:  Getty Images AsiaPac Washington was ready to "engage immediately in negotiations" to achieve the North's denuclearisation by January 2021, Pompeo added - the end of Trump's first term. The process had stalled after the historic Singapore summit between Trump and Kim in June, when Kim declared his backing for denuclearisation of the peninsula but no details were agreed. Washington and Pyongyang have subsequently sparred over what that means and how it will be achieved, with the Trump administration consistently referring to the denuclearisation of North Korea specifically. For its part, Pyongyang - which wants a formal declaration the 1950-53 Korean War is over - has condemned demands for its unilateral disarmament as "gangster-like". Experts remain sceptical, pointing out that closing Tongchang-ri, also known as Sohae, would have no impact on the North's ability to manufacture rockets. Pyongyang has used several other locations for missile launches and has repeatedly said it has no need for further testing. Many also believe that apart from Yongbyon, the North also has covert nuclear facilities. "The North Koreans are offering gestures that mimic disarmament," arms control expert Jeffrey Lewis tweeted. "They don't meaningfully constrain North Korea's nuclear programme." Their main purpose, he added, was "to appease Trump, so that Moon and Kim can keep their engagement alive". "This is what an Israel-style deal looks like with North Korea: They pretend to disarm and we pretend to believe it." Moon and Kim have sought to strengthen the North-South relationship at their Pyongyang summit, agreeing that the North Korean leader will visit Seoul "at an early date". It would be the first such trip by a North Korean leader since the Korean War ended in an armistice, leaving the peninsula divided by the Demilitarized Zone and technically still in a state of war, and Moon said the historic journey could happen later this year. The two leaders also agreed to open a permanent facility for family reunions, work towards joining up road and rail links, and bid jointly for the 2032 Olympics. At a performance of the North's spectacular "Mass Games" propaganda display, Moon made an unprecedented address by a South Korean leader to a Northern crowd, telling them that Koreans had lived together for 5,000 years. "I propose we move forward toward the big picture of peace in which the past 70-year-long hostility can be eradicated and we can become one again," he said, prompting rapturous applause. On Thursday, Moon and Kim, accompanied by their wives, visited Mount Paektu on the Chinese border. Beyond the pomp and pageantry, Moon is keeping delicate denuclearisation talks with North Korea on track The 2,744-metre (9,003-foot) peak is considered sacred to all Koreans as the birthplace of Dangun, the legendary founder of the first Korean kingdom. According to Pyongyang's narrative, it is also where Kim Jong-un's father Kim Jong-il was born, at a secret camp where his own father, the North's founder Kim Il-sung, was fighting Korea's Japanese colonial occupiers. However, overseas historians say Kim Jong-il was born in the Soviet Union, where his father was in exile. South Korean tourists flock to see the mountain via China, but only a handful of Southerners have been granted access from the North Korean side, mostly for research purposes. Pictures showed Kim and Moon both in black coats on the crater rim, their clasped hands raised aloft, and the South Korean president expressed his hope that many of his countrymen would follow in his footsteps.......Search More News

  • [World News]AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, Caribbean09/21 04:31

    AP PHOTOS: Guatemalans protest president's assault on anti-graft commission, Puerto Ricans mourn a year after Hurricane Maria's ravages, Mexicans remember earthquake the batter capital and nearby states......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Trump, Japan's Abe to hold summit in New York City next week09/21 04:31

    A summit between President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will take place next week in New York City, a spokesman for Japan’s government said Friday.......Search More News

  • [World]Japan PM Abe, US President Trump to hold summit on Sept 26 - Yahoo News09/21 03:00

    Yahoo NewsJapan PM Abe, US President Trump to hold summit on Sept 26Yahoo NewsFILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump arrives for a joint news conference with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S., June 7, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque. More. TOKYO (Reuters) ...Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your DayBloombergJapan: The Ruling Party Votes to Keep Abe in ChargeSTRATFORHow Shinzo Abe became Japan's supreme political survivorThe TimesReutersall 153 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World]Kim Jong Un liked his Trump summit so much, he's calling for another one - Quartz09/21 03:00

    QuartzKim Jong Un liked his Trump summit so much, he's calling for another oneQuartzNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un is ready for a second meeting with US president Donald Trump. Certainly the first one in June went well for him, giving his iron-fisted regime a credibility boost on the world stage and in the eyes of many North Koreans ...A 'massive' spike in oil smuggling has eased the economic pressure on North KoreaWashington PostWhat Does North Korea's Kim Jong Un Want to Tell Donald Trump? New Message on Its WayNewsweekMoon Shot in KoreaWall Street JournalVanity Fair -CNBC -New York Times -New York Magazineall 7,679 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Former Southwest Airlines employee files lawsuit, claiming 'whites-only' airport break room09/21 02:51

    A former Southwest Airlines employee has filed a discrimination lawsuit, claiming that workers created a 'whites-only' break room at Hobby Airport.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]A Kim Jong Un visit to Seoul? It would be surreal challenge09/21 02:40

    The spectacle and surprise on display at the three inter-Korean summits this year have been, at times, intense.......Search More News

  • [World News]Japan PM Abe, U.S. President Trump to hold summit on Sept 2609/21 02:31

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. President Donald Trump will hold a summit meeting on Sept. 26, Japan's top government spokesman said on Friday. ......Search More News

  • [World News]A Kim Jong Un visit to Seoul? It would be surreal challenge09/21 02:21

    A Kim Jong Un visit to Seoul, as he promised this week at his summit with South Korea's president, would be a surreal challenge, if it happens......Search More News