Post Hill Press goes on with book by officer in Taylor raid

The publisher of memoir by a Louisville police officer who fired at Breonna Taylor after being shot during the deadly raid on Taylor’s apartment says it will release the book even though its distributor, Simon & Schuster, announced it would “not be

Union, automakers headed for fight over battery plant wages

The United Auto Workers union is calling on General Motors to pay full union wages at electric vehicle battery factories, thrusting what a festering conflict into the spotlight. The union, in a statement reacting to GM’s announcement Friday that it would build

Biden speeds refugees admissions, but doesn't lift Trump cap

President Joe Biden on Friday signed an emergency determination that officials said would speed refugee admissions to the U.S., but he did not immediately lift his predecessor’s historically low cap of 15,000 refugees for this year. Biden, instead, is adjusting the allocation

Georgia governor gets GOP primary challenge from renegade

Former Democrat Vernon Jones crowd-surfed across adoring Trump supporters in October after speaking at one of the former president’s campaign rallies. Now the scandal-plagued politician hopes to surf Trump supporters’ discontent with Gov. Brian Kemp to the Republican nomination. Jones announced Friday

Portugal reaps benefits of a prolonged COVID-19 lockdown

While most of the Europe Union grapples with new surges of COVID-19 cases and brings back curbs on what people can do, Portugal is going in the other direction. Starting Monday, the Portuguese will be able to go to restaurants, shopping malls