The long and short of it is the NBA players have rejected the latest offer from the owners in the ongoing labor dispute. That decision, and the one to disband the union, puts the entire season in jeopardy.
Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi promised to resign after his country’s parliament passes economic reforms and a 2012 budget demanded by the European Union. When and if that will ever happen is anyone’s guess.
On Wednesday, President Obama used an executive action to help address the growing problem of student loan debt in America. It’s a decent first step to a complicated problem.
Working as a restaurant server is something everyone should be required to do at least once in their life. It’s tough work. Servers in San Francisco are proposing a law that would make it mandatory for customers to pay a 25% tip on every bill.
The Italian government has an idea for the reasons why stock markets have been so volatile: because traders abuse cocaine. At this point, it’s probably as good a reason as any other.
Alabama recently passed a strict anti-illegal immigration law, which allows police to detain people indefinitely if they are suspected of being in the country illegally. After a week, things aren’t going as intended. Shocking.