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If Things do not Change Verizon Workers Could Continue with Their Strike

If Things do not Change Verizon Workers Could Continue with Their StrikeEven on Tuesday, the north country Verizon workers continued to picket in order to attract attention to their mainly related to issues of reduced membership and job security. Almost 36,000 workers have joined the strike.

Gene Cota, Verizon employee for eighteen years said, "They want to close down call centers, close certain buildings, shuffle people around."

Australian entrepreneursays he created bitcoin

Australian entrepreneursays he created bitcoin

Australian entrepreneur Craig Steven Wright has announced on Monday that he created the popular bitcoin, which is world first somewhat accepted digital currency.

Auckland naval base diesel spill is much smaller than feared

Auckland naval base diesel spill is much smaller than feared

Officials have said that the recent diesel spill at Devonport Naval Base in Auckland is much smaller than 30,000 litres suspected by some.

Trend of 10 Cents Rise in Gas Prices Last Week Could Continue This Week

Trend of 10 Cents Rise in Gas Prices Last Week Could Continue This WeekAfter a jump of 10 cents in gas prices last week in South Florida, the same trend is expected to continue even this week.

The rise in oil prices is mainly attributed to higher demand for gasoline says AAA. Even the crude oil prices jumped for three consecutive weeks.

Amazon Will Offer Same-Day Delivery for Prime Members in Bronx and Chicago South Side

Amazon Will Offer Same-Day Delivery for Prime Members in Bronx and Chicago South SideRecently Amazon was criticized by elected representatives of Chicago that the retailer unfairly left out some of the cities minority communities from its same day delivery service.

American Family Association says It’s Testing Target’s Bathroom Policy

American Family Association says It’s Testing Target’s Bathroom PolicyTarget's new restroom policy of allowing transgender people to use the bathroom that they identify themselves with, is sending waves across the country. The reaction is mixed. American Family Association an anti-LGBT group said it is "testing" Target's bathroom policy.

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