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French truck drivers block roads to protest labor changes
French truck drivers have organized road blockades on highways and near fuel depots across the country to protest against President Emmanuel Macron's changes to labor laws
Macron signs decrees to implement major labor reform
French President Emmanuel Macron has signed Friday five decrees paving the way to the implementation of labor measures aimed at boosting growth, his first major reform since his election
Student teachers at Yale on 'indefinite' hunger strike
Eight graduate student teachers at Yale University have been on hunger strike since last Tuesday in an effort to push a collective bargaining agreement with the university forward. The protesters, including four men and four women who are part of the new Local 33-Unite Here union, say that their
President Obama: Hillary Clinton 'Has Never Forgotten Who She Is Fighting For'
At the 2016 Democratic National Convention, Obama praises Clinton's dedication to the American people.
Will Vermont Delegates Support Hillary Clinton?
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks interviews Vermont delegates on the floor of the Democratic National Convention.
Obama Speaks Out on Deadly Police Shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota
Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were killed this week and video of both incidents is sparking outrage.
Frontier Airlines Female Pilots Describe Challenges as Breastfeeding Moms in Discrimination Complaints
Four female pilots filed complaints Tuesday with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that Denver-based Frontier Airlines discriminates against pregnant and breast-feeding pilots. The women described the challenges as breastfeeding mothers, including battling infections from being
Sanders: 'We Are Doing Something Very Radical in American Politics'
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks to supporters after projected primary losses in Florida, Ohio and North Carolina.
How Antonin Scalia's Death Could Affect the Outcome of These 5 Cases
The Supreme Court returns to work today for the first time since Justice Antonin Scalia 's unexpected death last weekend. And with eight justices now left on the court, Scalia's absence means there is a real possibility of 4-4 ties. In cases where the court divides evenly, the decision of the lower
Obama Addresses the Issue of 'Tackling Poverty'
President Obama states "Food Stamps recipients didn't cause the financial crisis: recklessness on Wall Street did."