Monday, Jun 21, 2021 - 13:25:19
47 results - (0.001 seconds)

your rights:

latest news at page 1:
1
    Vladimir Putin said there was no hostility in his meeting with Joe Biden on Wednesday, but reacted angerly when questioned about human rights violations, turning it into attacks on gun violence in America. 'You don't have time to open your mouth and you're shot dead,' he said, referring to mass shootings in the United States. 'Look at American streets. People...
    LIFE is slowly returning to a new normal across the US - but some workers may be worried about what this means for them. If you don't want to return to the workplace, we explain if you can refuse without losing your job and what your rights are. 1If you're worried about returning to work, we explain your rightsCredit: Getty...
    Chasten Buttigieg, the husband of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Thursday took a shot at the head of the Republican National Committee over the party's platform relating to LGBTQ rights.  "Happy Pride Month," RNC chairwoman Rona McDaniel said in a tweet posted on Wednesday. "[The GOP] is proud to have doubled our LGBTQ support over the last 4 years, and we will...
    Demonstrators participate in a protest asking senators to support the continuation of unemployment benefits on July 16, 2020 in Miami Springs, Florida.Joe Raedle | Getty Images As Covid-19 restrictions loosen for businesses large and small, jobs are coming back. For people who are still out of work and collecting unemployment benefits, that could make navigating the rules tied to those...
    By Larry Keane Virginia’s U.S. senators want to export the gun rationing law that’s been instituted in the Old Dominion to the rest of the nation. Gun control politicians swept to majorities in Virginia in 2019 and passed gun control immediately. Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam signed several bills, including a “one handgun per month” rationing of the Second Amendment on law-abiding Virginians. Virginia’s senators...
    CNN anchor Don Lemon said Friday on his show “Tonight” that Fox News host Tucker Carlson was mainstreaming “white supremacist propaganda to your neighbors and your family members.” Lemon said, “We got to talk about what’s happening over on the propaganda network, the Fox propaganda network. I don’t concern myself of what the other guys are doing. But let me tell...
    Washington (CNN)The months since the 2020 election have brought a high-stakes fight to the critical battleground state of Georgia, where GOP lawmakers are driving to enact sweeping restrictions on voting. How sweeping? Read this report from CNN's Fredreka Schouten and Kelly Mena on an omnibus bill that a key House committee is expected to take up Monday that would: Impose...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- We all want to be rewarded for being loyal to a brand, a store, or a product.Loyalty programs can offer a host of benefits, but you may get more than you bargained for.The New York Consumer Protection Division says it's getting bombarded with complaints about robocalls and unauthorized charges.Beware, because once you sign up you may...
    President Joe Biden is big on equality and has spent much of his life fighting and campaigning for it. Indeed, in his inauguration speech on January 20, he reminded us that the American dream is predicated on the belief 'that we are all created equal'. But he did so with this sobering caveat: 'Our history has been a constant struggle...
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP/KDKA) — Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday defended his decision to sign into law a gun rights bill eliminating Ohioans’ duty to retreat before using force. The Republican signed the bill Monday despite his long expressed concerns that GOP lawmakers were ignoring his own legislation proposed following the 2019 mass shooting in Dayton. The measure expands the so-called...
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has signed a gun rights bill that eliminates a person’s duty to retreat before using force, despite previously voicing concerns that some lawmakers were ignoring legislation that he proposed following the 2019 mass shooting in Dayton.   The Republican governor’s most recent measure, which was signed Monday, expands the so-called "stand your ground" right from an...
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWineMike DeWineGOP senators face criticism in wake of challenges to Electoral College vote Tapper spars with DeWine over GOP effort to overturn election results Sunday shows preview: Senate candidates brace for Georgia runoffs; government continues coronavirus vaccine roll out MORE (R) signed a wide-ranging stand-your-ground measure into law on Monday. The Ohio Dispatch reports that S.B. 175...
    China’s “mukbang” stars are gluttons — for punishment. The nation’s lawmakers have proposed legislation to ban the viral videos, in which vloggers gorge on huge quantities of food for an international audience in the double-digit millions. The video trend has become something of a fetish, with beautiful women finding success as they eat their way through giant lobsters, heaping...
    SHOPPERS at Target have been told they cannot return items in-store as part its response to the coronavirus pandemic. It comes as Covid-19 cases continue to rise across America. 1Shoppers will have three weeks longer to return Target itemsCredit: Alamy Target has stopped accepting in-store returns for the next three weeks in an attempt to stop the number of shoppers...
    This week's annual Bloomberg New Economy Forum functioned as a place to advocate for policies that would crush individual liberty in the United States and subjugate the American people to the whims of the international community, Laura Ingraham argued Friday.  The three-day conference, which wrapped up Thursday, included remarks by World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, who Ingraham said treated...
    The chief of police in Corunna, Michigan, has been fired after video footage showed him arresting a man who was recording on public property. The police chief told the man that he doesn’t “give a fuck” about his rights. Hide Matthew Wrosch was recording outside in a field where a suicidal man was threatening to jump from a tower on...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Kimberly J. Brown, 36; Maggie Gyllenhaal, 43; Lisa Bonet, 53; Marg Helgenberger, 62. Happy Birthday: Protect your health and your rights. Use the experience you have gained to ensure your safety and well-being. Take the path that feels right, not the one others pressure you to take. Make changes that suit your needs, and be...
    SAN ANTONIO – As a registered voter in Texas, you are entitled to a lot of things. Yes, even more than just a sticker and selfie opportunity. You may not realize it, but voting can be a challenging experience for some, especially if it’s their first time at the polls, they have a disability or even if politics just stresses...
    President Trump has some harsh words for Big Tech. In a video posted to Twitter Wednesday night, President Trump slammed tech companies such as Google for censoring stories about his opponent, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. “Now they’ve taken it to a new level,” he said on the White House lawn. “What they’re doing now is incredible. As an example,...
    As the end of the 2020 election draws near, the potential threat of disruption at the polls on the part of so-called militia groups is intensifying. And one local group is trying to make sure that, across the country, voters know their rights and law enforcement knows their responsibilities. The Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, based at the Georgetown...
    WINTER'S chilly temperatures and inclement weather could snare the work commutes of millions of Americans around the country in just a few months. Although some employers expect workers to endure dangerous commuting conditions, you could legally be able to stay home from work if it's too cold. 7Winter's chill could complicate the commutes of million of American workers who aren't...
    “The fight for LGBTQ rights” always sounds grand, and—as grand, sweeping phrases often do—its bravura obscures the grittier, more complex reality. The core of any civil rights movement is brave individuals first realizing, then questioning whatever prejudice has been visited upon them, then rousing themselves to do something about it. Those are very personal and piercing decisions to take. Then...
    Seventh U.S. Circuit Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, meets with Sen. John Thune (R-SD) as she begins a series of meetings to prepare for her confirmation hearing in the Mansfield Room at the U.S. Capitol on September 29, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Greg Nash-Pool/Getty Images) As America watched...
    Amy Coney Barrett and Barbara Lagoa, both conservative, anti-abortion Catholics, present a clear danger to women's rights and health care access. As the nation grieves the death of women's rights champion Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Donald Trump has vowed — in the teeth of public outcry — to choose her...
    32 things we learned from NFL Week 1 The pros and cons of converting your garage into a living space What is housing discrimination? Know how you’re protected and your rights Housing discrimination is illegal, and there has been anti-discrimination legislation on the books for over 50 years. Yet the practice persists today. © Bill Huang/Shutterstock What is housing...
    In 1819, Chief Justice John Marshall of the U.S. Supreme Court famously wrote:  “the power to tax involves the power to destroy ….” This truism has not been lost on firearm prohibitionists, who when unable to ban guns outright have often tried to tax them out of reach of the average citizen. Earlier this year, Democrat Governor Phil Murphy of New...
    President Trump challenged Democratic nominee Joe Biden to publish a list of potential Supreme Court nominees as he added 20 figures to his own slate of candidates for any future vacancy. The move Wednesday was designed to bolster support among conservative voters. But he put Biden on the spot, forcing the former vice president to choose whether to release a...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- While officers in roughly half of all police departments across the country are wearing body cameras, their video is rarely seen quickly as a record of what happened.This means cameras and cell phones have become important tools to document interaction between police and the public, but the right of bystanders to record the police may not...
    A maskless customer was filmed screaming about his 'rights and liberties' as he squared up to Walmart staff after they ordered him to leave the store.  The heated exchange took place at a Walmart in Anchorage, Alaska, on Thursday.  Video footage, which has since gone viral, shows Walmart workers attempting to escort the man out of the store before he turns...
    These teams and athletes refused to play in protest of the Jacob Blake shooting Amazon Fresh opens first supermarket in Los Angeles with checkout in cart Thousands of people expected to join ‘Get Your Knee Off Our Necks’ civil rights march in D.C. Tens of thousands of people are expected to gather in the nation’s capital Friday to commemorate...
    Pompeo, who will address GOP convention, warned diplomats not to improperly take part in politics Video, photos: Dana Whites Contender Series 30 faceoffs in Las Vegas Joaquin Phoenix Encourages Animal Lovers to Change the World From Your Kitchen by Going Vegan Joaquin Phoneix is offering you a seat at his kitchen table as part of a new campaign with...
    Police stand between protesters and Back the Blue stans in downtown Tampa, Florida on August 12, 2020.Dave Decker Unless you’re bocking the blup, police interactions are probably nerve wracking. The Greater Tampa Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union wants to help. On August 25, Tampa’s ACLU is hosting a webinar to discuss a person’s rights when interacting with police....
    Joe Biden dismissed complaints that blanket mask orders infringed individual rights amid the coronavirus pandemic. "Let's institute a mask mandate nationwide, starting immediately, and we will save lives," Biden told reporters in Delaware Thursday. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee called on every governor to introduce mandatory mask mandates whenever residents were outside their homes "for the next three months at...
    Civil rights icon John Lewis said protesters had filled him with hope in his final hours in a powerful essay he asked The New York Times to publish on the day of his funeral.   In a piece published in the New York Times on the day of his funeral, Lewis recounted his own fears over the 1955 lynching of Emmett...
    The late Rep. John LewisJohn LewisObama to speak at John Lewis's funeral The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Brawls on Capitol Hill on Barr and COVID-19 VP hopefuls jockey for position as Biden's final decision nears MORE (D-Ga.) said in a posthumous op-ed that he had been “inspired” shortly before his death by nationwide demonstrations against systemic...
    Pro-Trump personality David J. Harris Jr. held up an entire American Airlines flight on Saturday for apparently not complying with the company’s mask policy, and instead, made a scene in the noble fight to defend one’s personal “rights” to not wear a face-covering on board. “So because I declared that I have a medical reason to not wear a...
    Now would be a real good time to do whatever is necessary to obtain a permit to legally carry a handgun. You know, I’ve never been a big fan of guns. It’s not political. I’m not a car guy, either. My passions are watching movies and reading biographies. I’m not a total metrosexual. I also enjoy increasing the value and...
    PRESIDENT Trump thanked the National Rifle Association (NRA) for once again endorsing him for reelection, saying he will “never let the Radical Left take away your Rights, your Guns, or your Police!” On Friday, the NRA announced on Twitter their support for Trump for reelection, “On behalf of the 5 million NRA members, the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund...
    Impossible Foods has already provided relief to more than 750,000 people experiencing food insecurity since the start of the pandemic; company is on track to donate more than 1 million meals in 2020 Leading food tech startup is expanding its “social good” program to organizations fighting for social justice — including Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp The collaboration between...
    With states reopening — or planning to reopen — in the coming weeks and months, you may be worried about what returning to work will mean for you and your family, particularly if it means increased exposure to COVID-19. As a professor specializing in employment law, I don’t have a lot of reassurance to offer. Employment law is a patchwork...
    The first responsibility of government is to protect its citizens and their inalienable rights. As the Declaration of Independence puts it, “to secure these rights [of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness], Governments are instituted among Men.” But what happens when the government officials whose first job is protecting your rights are the ones who are violating them? If...
    If you are thinking of acquiring a house or apartment, you have to know your rights and how to take care of your investment that with much effort and work you achieved. In the market there are many styles of housing and each with a different cost, however many times we do not know our rights when buying it....
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- We don't have all the answers, but we do have a lot of local resources to help you navigate this difficult time in our communities. See below for a list of human rights resources that will help you find an ally and get help.This list will keep growing, so if you know of a resource we've...
    (CNN)Every American has the right to demonstrate peacefully. It's right there in the First Amendment. But it's not as simple as showing up with a sign. There are some measures officials can use to limit protests, and it's easy to accidentally tiptoe into legally murky territory if you don't know the specifics. So before you go, read up. Timothy...
1