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Kate Winslet has praised the courage of the “wonderful actors” who have spoken out about harassment and abuse, as she believes it has helped bring a "time of change" to Hollywood.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management will sit for a nomination hearing Thursday, where she is expected to face pushback from Republicans who have called for her nomination to be withdrawn.
The Charles Koch Foundation donated nearly $12 million to Arizona State University (ASU), the nation's most innovative university, according to U.S. News & World Report. A press release from the Koch Foundation said that the grant money would be used to develop programs for "students to more effectively pursue their own individualized and self-defined learning goals." One sponsored initiative is a "stackable credential" system that would allow students – particularly low-income and working students – to accumulate industry-specific credentials and customize their higher-education experience.
(The Center Square) – The ideal hourly wage needed to rent a two-bedroom apartment in North Carolina is $18.46 an hour, according to a new report.
(The Center Square) – Small business owners are continuing to have problems attracting new workers in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and are trying to entice them with new incentives, a new report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce shows.
(The Center Square) – Republicans have argued for months that federal unemployment benefits are keeping Americans from going back to work, and a new survey seems to support that claim.
(The Center Square) – A new report shows states that decided to turn away federal unemployment benefits have seen a drop in unemployment.
(The Center Square) – Texas fast-food chain Layne’s Chicken Fingers is offering teenagers the opportunity to earn $50,000 as an attempt to entice workers to seek gainful employment.
(The Center Square) - The House Democrats’ new select committee on wealth inequality is sparking controversy.
(The Center Square) - After the cancellation of the Keystone XL Pipeline struck a blow to the oil industry, energy jobs activists are pushing back by warning of increased costs and touting the benefits of transporting oil via pipeline.