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Hospitality Union Demands Dues From Members Left Unemployed By Coronavirus

Member: 'It sounds to me like all they want is the money'

A hospitality union is still demanding dues payments from workers left unemployed by the coronavirus. UNITE HERE Local 11, which represents more than 30,000 hotel employees in Southern California and Arizona, has continued to request dues from laid off workers as the pandemic halts travel across the country.  The union on Tuesday sent payment reminders to members via text message, telling many unemployed workers that "It is critical for you to keep paying your dues so that we can keep fighting."

First Space Force Mission Is A Go

'We're launching a giant spacecraft into space'

The United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket lifts offSpace Force's first official mission is a go, with personnel set to launch a military communications satellite into orbit from Cape Canaveral Thursday afternoon.

Airline Set to Give Massive Pay Hikes as Taxpayer Bailout Advances

American Airlines agrees to immediate 18 percent pay increase, $6,000 bonus amid coronavirus pandemic

As the airline industry is poised to receive billions in federal handouts amid the coronavirus pandemic, union members working for American Airlines will vote Thursday to approve a new collective bargaining agreement that includes immediate pay hikes and a $6,000 signing bonus.

Chinese Propaganda Video Cites CNN, Democratic Politicians to Push Regime Narrative

Regime outlet cites CNN, NBC, Hillary Clinton to deny Chinese responsibility for outbreak

China’s state-run propaganda outlets are using coronavirus coverage by U.S. media and Democrat politicians to push the regime narrative that the Chinese government bears no responsibility for the ongoing pandemic and that sourcing the origin of the virus to Wuhan is purely political.

Dems Reject Gun Violence Bill as Shootings Surge in Baltimore

Dem senator: 'I don’t think anyone has walked out of here thinking that we've done enough'

Maryland Democrats rejected a bill aimed at combating gun violence as Baltimore mayor Jack Young publicly begged residents to stop shooting each other so hospitals could be used to treat coronavirus patients.