Em Quito e La Paz, decisões da Justiça têm sido decisivas para mudar a configuração de eleições que se aproximam, com acusações de uso do Judiciário para tornar a esquerda inelegível. Já em Buenos Aires, uma proposta de reforma judicial sob o pretexto de evitar a perseguição política rendeu protestos contra o governo. The post…

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In a dramatic victory for the beleaguered American labor movement, 1,800 nurses at Asheville, North Carolina-based Mission Hospital will now be represented by a union, National Nurses United, as officials finished counting votes early Thursday morning. The victory is the largest at a nonunion hospital in the South since 1975, and is the first private…

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O governo deveria estocar arroz, não você 4

Eleito com a promessa de enxugar o estado, Jair Bolsonaro criou um estado seco, que só assiste e nada faz. O caso emblemático da alta dos preços do arroz mostra como o desmonte da política nacional de segurança alimentar tem um custo elevado para a população. E coloca o governo diante da própria armadilha: como…

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From 30,000 feet, the presidential race looks much as it did when we first launched our presidential election forecast in August. Joe Biden has about a 3 in 4 chance of winning compared to President Trump’s roughly 1 in 4 shot, according to FiveThirtyEight’s forecast. Biden’s chances did dip down to a 2 in 3…

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For months, President Trump’s campaign boasted that its campaign operation was a “juggernaut” and compared it to the powerful Death Star. Nowhere was that more evident to the general public than on the television airwaves. According to data from Kantar/Campaign Media Analysis Group, from early May through July 28, 2020, the Trump campaign and Republican…

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