North Korea Launches Another Missile Over Japan, US Calls For China, Russia ‘Actions’ (RFE/RL) — The United States called on China and Russia to take “direct actions” aimed at reining in North Korea after it launched a second ballistic missile over Japan on September.. Eurasia Review 5 days ago
China 'opposes' NKorea missile launch, urges restraint China condemned North Koreas launch of a ballistic missile over Japan today and appealed for restraint to avoid inflaming tensions in the region.
"The Chinese side opposes the DPRKs violation of the.. Deccan Herald 5 days ago
Seth Harris says it's a good thing that more jobs are being created but he's concerned that actual wages are not keeping up with inflation. Source: MSNBC - on August 5, 2017 Carlos Gutierrez, Former Commerce Secretary, and Seth Harris, Former US Deputy Secretary of Labor, discuss today's jobs number and what it means to the economy. Source: CNBC - on August 4, 2017
How does Susan Rice, collateral damage in Trump's war on facts, get back her reputation? Susan Rice, President Obama’s United Nations ambassador and national security advisor, must feel a little like Raymond Donovan. Not the Showtime TV character, but the Reagan-era Labor secretary who.. L.A. Times 5 days ago
FIU law school alumni ask their former dean to quit Trump’s cabinet A group of Florida International University College of Law graduates have asked Alexander Acosta, their former dean, to resign as President Donald Trump’s labor secretary… ABA Journal 3 weeks ago
Carney unsure if labor secretary could be confirmed Delaware Gov. John Carney said he hasn't nominated Secretary Patrice Gilliam-Johnson for the Labor Department because he questions whether she would be confirmed by the Senate.
Delawareonline 3 weeks ago Ronald Reagan to be Inducted in US Labor Hall of Honor Former President Ronald Reagan, a one-time Hollywood union leader who fired 11,000 air traffic controllers and crushed their union, will be inducted into the Labor Department's Labor Hall of.. Newsmax on August 24, 2017 Also reported by • New Zealand Herald • Seattle Times • FOXNews.com
'Donald Trump is trying to start a civil war,' warns former US labor secretary 'Trump's unwillingness to denounce hateful violence has been part of his political strategy from the start' Independent on August 16, 2017 Commentary: Now is the time for uniform best-interest standard Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton and Labor Secretary R. -More- SmartBrief on August 8, 2017
Trump loyalist Andy Puzder looks at the last six months, and wonders why more hasn't been done Andrew Puzder, the former CEO of the Carl’s Jr. and Hardees fast-food chains, was President Trump’s highest-profile cabinet nominee to fail the Senate confirmation process — in fact his.. L.A. Times on July 26, 2017 ACT Labor takes control of $180,000 in politicians' communications allowance Money should be used to communicate, not pocketed in salary, says Labor secretary. Brisbane Times on July 24, 2017 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Labor secretary Alexander Acosta, speaking in Denver, argues for reduced job licensing requirements Occupational licensing requirements cost the U.S. economy between 2 million to 3 million jobs, U.S. Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta told a Denver audience Friday morning. Denver Post on July 21, 2017