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Read more transcripts from Face the Nation here. MARGARET BRENNAN: It's Sunday, September 2nd. I'm Margaret Brennan. And this is FACE THE NATION. Saturday's sendoff for John McCain capped an emotional week of tributes from family-- MEGHAN MCCAIN: My father was a great man. He was a great warrior. He was a great American. I admired him for all of these things, but I love him because he was a great father. MARGARET BRENNAN: --friends-- JOE LIEBERMAN: There's a special satisfaction that comes from serving a cause greater than yourself. I heard John say those words hundreds of times, but for him we know they were not just words in a speech, they were the creed that he lived by. MARGARET BRENNAN: --and political foes-- PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: What better way to get a last laugh than to make George and I say nice things about him to a national audience. MARGARET BRENNAN: Although McCain's biggest political antagonist was not in attendance, … [Read more...] about Full transcript: “Face the Nation” on September 2, 2018
Stateline, ContributorStateline provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in state policy. Legislators credit #MeToo for spurring action on sexual assault and harassment. 07/31/2018 02:26 pm ET By Rebecca Beitsch This is Part Two of Stateline’s 2018 Legislative Review. The Me Too movement has touched almost every industry in the past year, and state legislatures have been under growing pressure to curb sexual assault and harassment in private workplaces and within their own chambers. But has the reckoning had an impact on the law? Early signs point to yes. Sure, the resignations have been plentiful as credible allegations of sexual harassment have toppled lawmakers. A Stateline review found at least 32 lawmakers who left office in the face of such accusations. But lawmakers also have pursued broader changes in response to the movement. Some states have placed limits on nondisclosure agreements (NDAs). Legislators also have cited the Me Too movement in passing … [Read more...] about The Me Too Movement Has Changed Our Culture. Now It’s Changing Our Laws.
Opinion PUBLISHED: 00:22 06 June 2018 Chloe Smith at St William's Primary School Archant In my work, I have some simple goals. Chloe Smith at the new sensory garden in Waterloo Park I want to see more good jobs coming to Norwich. I want better infrastructure for our city. I work for the investment our NHS needs, and the homes that families need. I’m passionate about getting the best for our young people, and aim to tackle the injustices which hold local people back. I want to protect our environment so Norwich stays a great place to live. This month, I’m updating you on my work with local schools, improvements to local infrastructure and my support to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping, plus some community news. It has always been important to me to work with schools and encourage young people stand up for the issues that matter most to them. In April, I welcomed pupils from Heartsease Primary Academy to Westminster, where I joined a Q&A session on my work as … [Read more...] about Chloe Smith: ‘My simple goals and what I am doing to achieve them’
Hungry, but can't get away from your desk? Too tired to cook something or run out to a restaurant? Uber Eats has got you. The online and mobile food delivery service is now available in most of western Lake County. The Uber Eats website shows it now offers deliveries from hundreds of local restaurants to destinations in Munster, Highland, Griffith, Crown Point, Merrillville, Hammond, Dyer, St. John, Schererville, Whiting, East Chicago and Gary. The service is not yet available in most of Hobart, Lake Station, New Chicago, Miller Beach, Lake of the Four Seasons, Cedar Lake, Lowell, Porter County or LaPorte County.The website shows that Merrillville residents or office workers can have food delivered from a number of restaurants including IHOP, Bar Louie, Big Daddy's BBQ, Mastercue, Aladdin Pita, Pork Chop, Villa Del Sol and Qdoba.Uber Eats touted food from Round the Clock, Rosati's, Ciao Bella and Harold's Chicken in a message to customers."You can use the Uber Eats app … [Read more...] about Uber Eats now delivering restaurant meals to most of Lake County