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Jul 10, 2020

Rishi Sunak: The ‘whatever it takes’ chancellor

He’s been dubbed Dishy Rishi , Britain’s economic Jedi and Santa Claus in hazmat in recent months, but most often he is referred to as a possible future prime minister . Rishi Sunak s star has been rising steadily since he became chancellor in February. Within weeks he found himself tackling the greatest

Jul 9, 2020

Black workers at NASA reflect on Mary Jackson’s legacy

NASA recently announced that it would be renaming its headquarters in Washington, D.C. after Mary W. Jackson, the trailblazing first Black female engineer at the space agency made famous by the film Hidden Figures. Current NASA staff say that she remains an inspiration in both the day-to-day operations and the broader overarching goals

Jul 9, 2020

Trump promised to pay for Covid care.

Private health insurers, including many the White House prodded to waive full treatment costs for patients diagnosed with coronavirus, haven’t committed to extending those generous coverage policies to patients dealing with virus-related conditions weeks or months later. Some that only cover in-network care are rejecting bills from out-of-network specialists. The death toll, as

Jul 8, 2020

Bolton could still face charges for tell-all book on Trump, experts say

On Wednesday, the Trump administration took former national security adviser John Bolton to court in a last-ditch attempt to halt the June publication of his memoir “The Room Where It Happened.” Almost at the same time, however, news outlets began publishing revealing excerpts of Bolton’s experiences in the White House between and .

Jul 8, 2020

Air France Plans To Cut More Than 7,500 Jobs

Air France, the French subsidiary of Air France-KLM, is planning to cut more than , jobs over the next three years despite having received a multi-billion euro bailout from the state. The carrier will slash , workers at Air France, and also eliminate . jobs at its regional French carrier Hop! Air France

Jul 8, 2020

About my Ethiopia

Ethiopia is changing, fast. The country that was once infamous for famine and war is becoming famous for its dramatic transformation.While global media report on this new African miracle, we hear from Ethiopians themselves on what their dynamic country means to them.‘My Ethiopia’ follows four Ethiopians as they come to terms with their

Jul 7, 2020

France’s new prime minister keeps key figures in reshuffled cabinet

France’s new prime minister, Jean Castex, has made few major changes to the cabinet after President Emmanuel Macron gambled on a reshuffle to reboot his presidency and tighten his grip on government before seeking re-election in . The Élysée Palace had promised “new faces and talents”, but key ministers from the outgoing government

Jul 7, 2020

Associazioni di professionisti: nuove sfide

Smantelliamo le caste, togliamo i privilegi, scardiniamo lo status quo! Evocazioni rivoluzionarie di una società che da una parte invoca un cambiamento, dall’altra tende a chiudersi all’interno di una mediocrità perimetrale che poco ha a che vedere con un reale cambio di passo. Tra i mondi corporativi nati con l’obiettivo di rappresentare ma

Jul 7, 2020

The Story of How Medellin Turned Its Water Reservoirs into Public Parks

While developing a master plan for Medellin s urban lighting system, EPM, Medellin s public utility company, analyzed the Colombian city s infrastructure and nocturnal lighting system by superimposing a map of the system over a map of the city. What they found was an urban landscape blotted by islands of darkness. Much