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Workers at American Airlines Subsidiary Say Starting Hourly Pay Of $9.70 Is Too Little

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Workers at American Airlines subsidiary Piedmont Airlines, represented by Communications Workers of American, say wages that start at $9.70 an hour in Charlotte are too low.

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From: www.forbes.com

James Crellin, former director of communications at GM, dies

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James Crellin, former director of communications at General Motors, where he worked for 25 years after a short career in journalism, died Nov. 4 at his home in Michigan. He was 81.

From: www.autonews.com

Tributes to talented Game of Thrones cameraman who died filming new BBC and Netflix drama in Ghana

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A British cameraman who worked on Game of Thrones and the Theory of Everything has died while filming scenes for a new BBC and Netflix drama in Ghana.

From: www.standard.co.uk

Detroit priest Father Solanus Casey on the path to sainthood

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A priest who wasn't allowed to preach instead turned his ears and heart to the needy. Now, decades after his death, Solanus Casey is on a path to sainthood, celebrated as an incredibly humble man who brought people to God. Father Solanus, as he was known, was beatified Saturday at a Mass attended by more than 60,000 people at a stadium in Detroit where he spent much of his ministry. Pope Francis said he met the requirements to earn the title of "blessed," especially after a woman from Panama was instantly cured of a chronic skin disease while she prayed at his tomb in 2012. The woman, Paula Medina Zarate, had a formal role at the Mass, placing a cross in front of a portrait of Father Solanus after Italian Cardinal Angelo Amato read a decree by the pope, who described the priest as a "humble and faithful disciple of Christ, tireless in serving the poor." Father Solanus can be made a saint in the years ahead if a second miracle is attributed to him. He's only the second U.S.-born man to be beatified by the Roman Catholic Church, joining the Rev. Stanley Rother, a priest killed in Guatemala's civil war, who was beatified in Oklahoma in September. One U.S.-born woman has been beatified and two others have been declared saints. "It's a great event," Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron said ahead of the Mass. "It's hard to communicate how vivid and real the presence of Father is to our community." Even 60 years after his death, "people don't say, 'I'm going to Father's tomb,'" Vigneron told The Associated Press. "They say, 'I'm going to talk to Father.'" Father Solanus, a native of Oak Grove, Wisconsin, joined the Capuchin religious order in Detroit in 1897 and was ordained a priest seven years later. But there were conditions: Because of academic struggles, he was prohibited from giving homilies at Mass and couldn't hear confessions. Father Solanus Casey,the Detroit priest, who is credited with helping cure a woman with a skin disease. Credit: Detroit News/AP "He accepted it," said the Rev. Martin Pable, 86, a fellow Capuchin. "He believed whatever God wants, that's what he would do." He served for 20 years in New York City and nearby Yonkers before the Capuchins transferred him back to the St. Bonaventure Monastery in Detroit in 1924. Wearing a traditional brown hooded robe and sandals, Father Solanus worked as a porter or doorkeeper for the next two decades, but his reputation for holiness far exceeded his modest title. The unemployed shared their anxieties with Father Solanus, the parents of wayward kids sought his advice, and the ill and addicted asked him to urge God to heal them. As he listened, he took notes that were later turned into typewritten volumes of his work. Later in life, when Father Solanus was stationed at a seminary in Huntington, Indiana, Detroiters boarded buses for a four-hour ride just to see the man with a wispy white beard. Mail piled up from across the country. "He had a gentle presence. He left people with a wonderful feeling of peace inside their hearts," Pable said. "He would say, 'Let's just pray about this and see what God wants to do.' Some people were not healed. He told them to bear their problems with God's help." Father Solanus, who died in 1957, also co-founded the Capuchin Soup Kitchen, which serves up to 2,000 meals a day to Detroit's poor.

New York Times reporter suspended amid harassment probe

Added: 20.11.2017 12:41 | 0 views | 0 comments


The New York Times says it has suspended White House reporter Glenn Thrush while it investigates charges that he made unwanted advances on young women while he worked as a reporter at Politico.
Laura McGann, a Politico colleague of Thrush's, wrote on Vox on Monday that Thrush kissed her and placed...

From: www.sun-sentinel.com

Get Started: Survey finds businesses vulnerable to disaster

Added: 20.11.2017 11:32 | 0 views | 0 comments

LEAVING THEMSELVES VULNERABLE Most U.S. small businesses aren't prepared to cope with a disaster, severe weather or the absence of most of their workers.

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From: feeds.foxnews.com

Hero train passenger 'attacked as he defended worker from racists shouting 'Allahu Akbar' at London Bridge station'

Added: 20.11.2017 11:11 | 1 views | 0 comments

A Londoner has told how he was attacked while defending a train station worker from racist abuse at London Bridge station.

From: www.standard.co.uk

Black Friday workers confess 9 things they'd love to tell shoppers but can't

Added: 20.11.2017 10:48 | 1 views | 0 comments

On Black Friday — the most hectic day in retail — there are plenty of things store associates would love to tell shoppers.

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From: www.standard.co.uk

A walk at the mall or the park? New study shows, for moms and daughters, a walk in the park is best

Added: 20.11.2017 10:45 | 0 views | 0 comments

A family studies researchers believed that if the attention restoration theory, which describes how interaction with natural environments can reduce mental fatigue and restore attention, worked for individuals it might also work for families to help facilitate more positive family interactions and family cohesion. They tested their theory by looking at sets of moms and daughters who were asked to take a walk together in nature and a walk in a mall.

From: www.sciencedaily.com

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