Ryanair Resists Crews’ Demands in Two-Day Strike

Low costs for travelers, low pay for workers: labor unrest continues for Ryanair By Abby White Ryanair crews in Belgium, Italy, Portugal and Spain went on strike July 25 and 26, protesting low pay, insufficient employment rights and a harsh workplace culture. The strike forced Ryanair, a low-cost airline, to cancel hundreds of flights, affecting... Continue Reading →

Trump Roundup: Helsinki Remarks and More

Every week, Quibbl Politics' Noah Berman examines the biggest questions the nation has about President Donald Trump and his administration. Controversy lingers over the President's Helsinki comments, and questions remain about the FCC's comment filing system.  by Noah Berman Following remarks President Donald Trump made in Helsinki that he seemed to trust Russian President Vladimir... Continue Reading →

Housing the Predictions

Each week, Quibbl’s Julian Librizzi will break down the biggest stories that are going on in Congress. With the Speaker of the House and Justice Kennedy's retirements, we have had a busy couple of weeks. Will you agree with Julian on his picks? Vote below. By Julian Librizzi President Trump With the Second Pick... Justice... Continue Reading →

Trump Presidency Quibbls Week of 6/16

Every week, Quibbl beat writer Noah Berman examines the biggest questions the nation has about President Donald Trump and his administration. After a week during which Trump held an unprecedented summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, many questions arose. by Noah Berman President Donald Trump met with Putin on Monday, the friendliest meeting... Continue Reading →

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