Spending on Infrastructure. We now rank 15th in the world. Anyone really proud of that?
THE UPSHOTAmazon's Move Signals End of Line for Many Cashiers
By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER
The next jobs set to disappear may be ones that are a bigger part of people's daily lives: retail workers and cashiers in stores and restaurants.
The Fault Is Not In The Stars: Protester Stops Controversial Julius Caesar Performance in Central Parkby jonathanturley
Last week, CNN filed a lawsuit seeking the famous Comey memos from the FBI, which is discussed in the column below in The Hill newspaper. The lawsuit could produce an official characterization of the status of the memos as either personal or FBI information. After this column was posted, Judicial Watch also filed a lawsuit seeking the memos which it maintained were the property of the FBI. The lawsuit states “Upon learning that records have been unlawfully removed from the FBI, you then are required to initiate action through the Attorney General for the recovery of records.” These lawsuits could prove vindicating or implicating for Comey.
Here is the column:
Prince George is all of us at our gran's birthday
By GRAHAM BOWLEY, RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA and JON HURDLE
After the jury could not come to verdict after six days of deliberations, the judge in the sexual assault trial declared a mistrial.
By MITCH SMITH, YAMICHE ALCINDOR and JACK HEALY
A Minnesota police officer was acquitted in the shooting of Philando Castile, and some families saw a pattern. Few officers are charged, and fewer still convicted.
By WALT BOGDANICH
The sheriff called it a suicide. When a state investigator raised questions, he became the investigated.
By ALAN FEUER
Larry Krasner, a civil rights lawyer who has been a police gadfly, is promising to hold fewer poor people in jail, prosecute fewer crimes and avoid the death penalty.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
In the feud among nations in the Persian Gulf, the President Trump has supported the ones with which he does business.