About 3,500 unionized workers for Kaiser Permanente in Colorado, including 51 in southern Colorado, will vote between Monday and mid-September on whether to call a strike in October against the California health care giant.Contracts between Kaiser and 11 union locals in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maryland, Oregon, Virginia, Washington and Washington, D.C., either have … [Read more...] about Colorado Kaiser Permanente workers begin strike vote Monday
A woman accused of hacking Capital One and at least 30 other organizations is a flight risk, a threat and should be kept locked up until her trial, U.S. prosecutors said in court documents filed ahead of a Friday detention hearing in Seattle. Paige Thompson, a former Amazon software engineer who goes by the online alias "erratic," has a history of stalking and threatening to … [Read more...] about US Wants Woman Accused in Capital One Hack to Stay Locked Up
President Donald Trump and other leaders of the world's most industrialized nations will open their annual G-7 summit over the weekend by discussing the global economy. White House officials said Thursday that the session was added to Sunday's schedule at the last minute at Trump's request. Trump insists the U.S. economy is strong despite fears that a recession may be on the … [Read more...] about Trump, G-7 Leaders to Open Summit Focused on World Economy
Although Colorado is still experiencing a record-breaking summer heat wave , coffee companies are letting the fall season creep in early with pumpkin flavored items.Dunkin' launched its fall menu Wednesday with items including pumpkin flavored doughnuts and muffins. Also new on the menu this year is the apple cider doughnut. To go "over the top" with fall flavors, the coffee … [Read more...] about Is it too early for pumpkin spice at Starbucks, Dunkin’?
The U.S. job market isn't quite as strong as originally believed — with revised figures showing that the economy had 501,000 fewer total jobs this March than initially reported. The Labor Department said Wednesday that nearly two-thirds of the downward revision came from the retail and leisure and hospitality sectors, the industries most associated with consumer spending. … [Read more...] about US Has 501,000 Fewer Jobs Than First Reported