Cuban Doctors Revolt: ‘You Get Tired of Being a Slave’ – The New York Times

In a rare act of collective defiance, scores of Cuban doctors working overseas to make money for their families and their country are suing to break ranks with the Cuban government, demanding to be released from what one judge called Continue reading Cuban Doctors Revolt: ‘You Get Tired of Being a Slave’ – The New York Times

Canada and Elizabeth Warren Pushing United States to Roll Back “Right to Work” Laws

President Donald Trump, a loud and persistent critic of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), recently began renegotiating this trade deal with Canada and Mexico. The President promised to secure a fair deal for American workers. That sounds great. After all, Continue reading Canada and Elizabeth Warren Pushing United States to Roll Back “Right to Work” Laws

Judge Denies Tucson’s Attempt to Dismiss Space Balloon Facility Lawsuit 

Given that a county-built space-balloon manufacturing facility and launch pad have long since been completed and occupied by the company World View, Pima County was hoping a Superior Court judge would rule in its favor on two counts alleging improper Continue reading Judge Denies Tucson’s Attempt to Dismiss Space Balloon Facility Lawsuit