Quick Glance: Trump blames Biden's 'ridiculous all-electric car hoax' for UAW strike
- Former President Trump criticizes Biden administration's electric vehicle policy, claiming that the president's 'ridiculous all-electric car hoax' is responsible for the United Auto Workers strike against major automakers.
- Republicans attribute the strike to Biden administration's EV policy, stating that efforts to encourage electric vehicle production have displaced jobs from UAW strongholds in the Midwest and weakened the union.
- The UAW shares similar concerns, citing EV policy as the main reason for not endorsing Biden's reelection campaign yet.
- However, UAW President Shawn Fain stated that the union will never endorse Trump.
Auto workers are on strike at General Motors, Ford and Stellantis ...
UAW strike Day 4
Quick Glance: UAW resumes talks with Stellantis, Chrysler's parent company
- The United Auto Workers and Stellantis have resumed their negotiations as the strike against the Detroit Three automakers enters its fourth day.
- Analysts and industry representatives are questioning how long it will take for the UAW to strike at additional locations to increase pressure on the automakers.
- The strikes have halted production at plants in Michigan, Ohio, and Missouri that manufacture the Ford Bronco, Jeep Wrangler, Chevrolet Colorado, and other popular models.
- Ford has temporarily laid off 600 non-striking workers at the Michigan Bronco plant due to the impact of the work stoppage.
A fugitive who escaped from a Pennsylvania prison just days after being sentenced to life without parole in the fatal stabbing of his ex-girlfriend was ... Show more
Quick Glance: Captured US Jail Fugitive Planned Escape to Canada
- Cavalcante on the ground after being caught
- Cavalcante was captured early on Wednesday before he could flee to Canada
- The 34-year-old, convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend, reportedly told law enforcement he planned to carjack someone and head north.
- He also reportedly said that some of the 500 officers searching for him came so close at times that they almost stepped on him.
Quick Glance: Trump disappoints union leaders despite promises for workers
- Union leaders say Trump's record speaks for itself
- Union members support Biden more than Trump
- Trump attempts to prevent union dues
- Trump has abandoned some communities that supported him
Dan Campbell Makes Bold Statement After Lions Knock Off Chiefs: The Detroit coach was full of pride after the Lions took down the reigning Super Bowl champs.
Quick Glance: Bernie Sanders' Four-Day Week Proposal Holds Merit
- Senator Bernie Sanders supports the demand for a four-day workweek with five-day pay.
- The auto industry has seen a decline in real wages and excessive working hours.
- Sanders joins a 100-year-old battle, advocating for a better work-life balance.
- With the threat of automation, more workers may align with Sanders' perspective.
Factory workers carried picket signs outside Ford's Michigan Assembly Plant, hugging each other, laughing, chanting and even dancing on Michigan Ave.
Quick Glance: DFW and Love Field Ranked Among Nation's Top Airports by Experts
- DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field bring in record levels of passengers each year based on their size and scope.
- DFW ranked 66 in the 2023 World Airport Awards, according to SkyTrax, up slightly from 72 last year.
- Seattle-Tacoma was the best U.S. airport at 18, followed by Houston Hobby at 32.
- DFW scored 783 on J.D. Power's 1,000-point scale, while Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport ranked at 800.
Quick Glance: US auto labor talks intensify nearing strike deadline
- Detroit Three automakers and United Auto Workers union are close to reaching a deal on a new contract before a potential walkout by 146,000 U.S. autoworkers.
- Coordinated strikes would be the first-ever simultaneous labor stoppage at all three Detroit automakers and one of the largest U.S. industrial labor actions in recent years.
- A UAW strike that shuts the Detroit Three manufacturers could cost carmakers, suppliers, and workers over $5 billion, according to Anderson Economic Group in Michigan, and could disrupt the entire auto supplier network.
- Talks between the UAW and GM went late on Monday with no breakthrough, additional talks are expected between the union and Ford and Stellantis on Tuesday.
Warren De La Salle held on for a 14-7 victory over Detroit Catholic Central in a Catholic League Central Division game Friday.
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