'Be the American that I served for': Special Forces operators on what you can do on Veterans Day

‘Be the American that I served for’: Special Forces operators on what you can do on Veterans Day Fox News co-host and former reserve military officer Pete Hegseth sat down with four Special Forces operators for an intense, wide-ranging conversation on their service, the meaning of Veterans Day and what Americans can do to recognize the sacrifice of the nation's warfighters. "Just […]

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Chipotle adds mental health benefits for employees amid fast food wellness trend

Chipotle offers debt-free college degrees for employees Chipotle chief people officer Marissa Andrada on expanding education benefits for workers. Chipotle Mexican Grill announced it will provide both mental healthcare and financial wellness benefits to its employees to help them keep up with the fast food grind. Continue Reading Below In a press release that went out Tuesday, the chain said it […]

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Mona Lisa should be 'taken down,' New York Times art critic writes, sparking mockery

Mysterious ‘Nude Mona Lisa’ possibly drawn by da Vinci A mysterious painting titled the ‘Nude Mona Lisa’ may have been drawn by Leonardo da Vinci. An art critic for The New York Times argued on Wednesday that "it's time to take down" the iconic Mona Lisa portrait from the Louvre Museum in Paris, which sparked quite the reaction on social […]

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Colin Reed: Biden may be leading Trump now, but don't count on him to become the Democratic nominee

Biden campaign says Iowa isn’t a must-win for the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign manager touts former vice president’s broad and diverse coalition of support; Peter Doocy reports. A summer of shaky debate performances morphed into an autumn dominated by his son’s lucrative business interests in Ukraine. A lackluster fundraising quarter led to broken promises on the role of […]

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The October jobs report may be a one-off. Here's why

Job numbers will bounce back in November: Economist First Trust Advisors chief economist Brian Wesbury discusses the Federal Reserve, job numbers and more. U.S. hiring likely stumbled in October, with economists forecasting one of the lowest payroll numbers since 2017, when hurricanes battered the country, forcing businesses to close. Continue Reading Below But investors shouldn’t fret, yet: Lackluster job creation is […]

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No-deal Brexit could be a ‘catastrophe’: EU’s Sassoli issues warning to Boris Johnson

The president of the European Parliament has told Sky News that a no-deal Brexit could be a “catastrophe” and Boris Johnson needs to “feel this responsibility” as the clock ticks towards the deadline for Britain’s EU exit. David Sassoli said it is “painful” to think about such a scenario being realised, as it will “put the UK’s exit in a […]

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Trump should be allowed 'confrontation rights' against Ukraine call whistleblower, ex-Clinton prosecutor says

Mark Levin interviews Robert Ray on ‘Life, Liberty & Levin’ Mark Levin interviews Robert Ray on ‘Life, Liberty & Levin’ President Trump should be afforded "confrontation rights" when it comes to the whistleblower that set off the Democrats' impeachment inquiry, according to an independent counsel who prosecuted former President Bill Clinton's probe. "Although the act of impeachment is not actually […]

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No-deal Brexit will be Britain’s fault, says EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker

Failure to reach a Brexit deal would be the sole responsibility of the UK, the president of the European Commission has said. Jean-Claude Juncker insisted he and the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier were doing all they could to secure an agreement because it would be a catastrophe for both Britain and Europe if there was no divorce settlement […]

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Push for super to be paid each payday

Industry Super Australia (ISA), the umbrella group representing not-for-profit industry super funds, is calling on the Federal government to change the law, so that employers would be required to pay super entitlements of their employees at the same time they receive their salary or wages. The Australian Tax Office (ATO) is now doing more to chase employers not paying the compulsory […]

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