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People Won't Fly United If Another Airline Has An Identical Flight

The new policy comes almost a week after a passenger, Dr. David Dao, was forcibly removed from an overbooked United flight from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. United Airlines made the announcement in a memo dated Friday and first published by TMZ. CEO Oscar Munoz has apologized publicly to Dao, whose lawyer on Thursday said he'd sustained a broken nose and concussion and would likely bring a lawsuit against United.


Wenger confident Arsenal ready for Boro battle

Wenger confident Arsenal ready for Boro battle

Compare this to tonight's opponents Middlesbrough, who are now in 19th place in the table and haven't won since December, are getting excellent support from the home fans, including 30,000 for their last home game against Burnley. "You have many different opinions there", he said. "These players are at this level because they have the character". "Some people tell me "just give him what he wants", but then you can not respect anymore any wages structure and you put the club in trouble as ...



Ex-Nebraskan bears brunt of responsibility for Wells Fargo scandal

It's another example of how Wells Fargo executives repeatedly proved unable - or unwilling - to take the hard actions required to fix major flaws the bank's cultural and incentive problems that fueled the scandal. Wells Fargo favored a management style that offered "strong deference" to the leaders of various business lines with lax checks and balances, the board investigation found.



Women fight for equal pay

Louisiana ladies are paid just 68 cents on the dollar for what men are paid. But, she argues, this gap does not exist because of the "misconception" that "women aren't educated enough or ambitious enough or hardworking enough". Participants are encouraged to post about the campaign and Equal Pay Day on social media using the hashtag #20PercentCounts . The poverty rates for tipped workers are twice as high as the rates for workers overall, according to one study .


Texas mom accused of shooting video, photos of child's abuse

Texas mom accused of shooting video, photos of child's abuse

According to court documents, Peterkin allegedly recorded videos of her abusing her one-year old son and sent the videos to the family of the child's father. "When I saw the video, I had to ask the police if he was still alive", Ra'Neicha Broadnax, the baby's aunt said. When police did not respond quickly enough, she posted the videos to social media to get their attention.


How Trump insurance changes could affect your coverage next year

How Trump insurance changes could affect your coverage next year

In a Wall Street Journal interview this week, Trump raised the possibility of shutting off the money if Democrats won't bargain on health care. The AHCA largely drew on the pro-insurance company underpinnings of Obamacare, further shoring up the for-profit private insurers while cutting costs for the government and corporations.