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  1. Building trade unions and Rebuild - a slippery slopeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    Solomon Jones is the author of 10 books, including his latest novel, The Dead Man's Wife , and the humor collection Daddy's Home: A Memoir of Fatherhood and Laughter. The married father of three has been featured on NPR and CNN and has penned columns on parenting for national magazines like Essence.


  2. Top 50 for 2017-18: Jacob Alsadek looking to elevate his game to 'another level'Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Sequoyah County Times

    Editor's note: The Star's Zack Rosenblatt is counting down the 50 best athletes on the UA campus right now, with help from athletes, coaches and those close to the program. The details : Alsadek is 6-foot-7-inch, 320-pound offensive lineman from San Diego.


  3. Arizona Wildcats receive commitment from 2018 JUCO offensive linemanRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Sequoyah County Times

    Just one day after the Wildcats missed out on a local offensive lineman recruit for 2018, Arizona reeled in another. Tuesday, Ventura College's Maisen Knight announced a verbal commitment to Arizona's 2018 recruiting class, posting on Twitter "blessed to announce that I have committed to play football at the University of Arizona."


  4. Buffs loaded with experience, talent on offensive lineRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Buffzone

    Two years ago, the constant shuffling of offensive linemen proved to be one of the main problems for the Colorado football team, which went 4-9 in 2015. Going into the 2017 season, CU head coach Mike MacIntyre is confident enough in his linemen that he thinks some shuffling would be good for the Buffs.


  5. BYU's Handsome Tanielu eager to live up to lofty expectationsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Deseret News

    Junior college transfers designated as four-star prospects bring a lot of expectations. Such was the case with BYU defensive lineman Handsome Tanielu when he chose the Cougars over programs such as Utah, Washington, Oregon State and Boise State.


  6. AT&T, CWA approve East region agreement, covers wireline workers in ConnecticutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | America's Network

    The proposed contract offers a series of pay raises, improvements in severance benefits, affordable healthcare and other improvements for AT&T East workers in Connecticut. AT&T and the Communications Workers of America have voted to approve a four-year contract in the East region.


  7. Doug Brown: CFL a 'national treasure to Canada'Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago |

    "I have no idea what the parameters were," the 11-year Winnipeg Blue Bomber's defensive lineman says over the phone. "But I am a Canadian and very proud of it.


  8. Cleveland Browns: 15 phrases O-Line coaches use explained, Part 1Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Dawgpounddaily

    Cleveland Browns fans may hear phrases relating to offensive linemen without knowing what they mean. Here is Part 1 of a series explaining those phrases.


  9. The Opening 2017: 10 Sleeper Recruits to Watch in BeavertonRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | BleacherReport

    Florida defensive end Dennis Briggs Jr. has offers from the Big Three in-state, but his recruiting ranking wouldn't show it. When you consider the high school stars gathered this week in Beaverton, Oregon, for The Opening had played their way into this summer recruiting camp extravaganza in highly competitive regional showcases across the country, it's difficult to find anybody classified as a sleeper.


  10. Resetting Maryland football's 2018 recruiting big boardRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Testudo Times

    Maryland football's Class of 2018 is coming together rather nicely. With 13 players committed space is filling up quickly.


  11. Despite tough talk by City Hall in years past, DWP workers poised to get generous new contractRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    ... The talks ended with a deal that many consider highly favorable to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 18, with workers getting six raises over five years. The union also will continue to contribute nothing toward healthcare ...


  12. FinnCap Reaffirms "Corporate" Rating for Global Invacom Group LtdRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Daily Political

    's stock had its "corporate" rating restated by investment analysts at FinnCap in a research report issued to clients and investors on Tuesday. Global Invacom Group opened at 8.50 on Tuesday.


  13. Meet Eric Schaffer, the Washington Redskins' chief contract negotiatorRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    When he arrived at his Redskins Park office in late April, Eric Schaffer found a glass of lemonade at his desk, next to a lemon. "There was a note, and it said, 'There's always a little more juice to squeeze,'" Schaffer recalled with a laugh.


  14. Vandalism behind Queens Spectrum cable outage affecting thousandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Daily News

    ... is currently embroiled in a bitter labor dispute with members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 3. IBEW Local 3 workers went on strike Tuesday in an ongoing labor dispute with Charter Communications, which owns ...


  15. Cincinnati Bengals Zero-Snap Spotlight: David DeanRead the original story

    Yesterday | NFLSpinZone

    Continuing to look at the Cincinnati Bengals roster with the Zero-Snap Spotlight series , looking at defensive lineman David Dean. The Zero-Snap Spotlight series has already seen two parts, taking a deeper dive into the potential of unknown pieces on the Cincinnati Bengals roster.


  16. Ecole Lakay project picks up steam with roofing contractRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Journal of Commerce

    Work on the Ecole Lakay project in Haiti recently hit its second wind. Former British Columbia Construction Association president Manley McLachlan, who is serving as team lead regarding fundraising, explained that following the Canadian Construction Association's spring boarding meeting in St. John's, N.L. the project has picked up steam.


  17. Can martial arts save Redskins (and football) from concussions?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Washington Times

    Scott Peters decided he would play in the NFL when he was 14 years old. Between then and 2006, when Peters was a veteran offensive lineman for the Carolina Panthers, most of the conventional wisdom he'd been taught had to do with being big, fast and strong.


  18. Not just a line for those up frontRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 15 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Not only is the saying boring, but some find the meaning behind it dull as well. Coaches don't care.


  19. Bike Works renovations pedaling alongJune 26th, 2017Read the original story

    Monday |

    Dave Baker, Roger Metcalfe, and Sean McGraw take down the iconic Golden Dragon sign from the former Chinese restaurant on Pope Street to make way for the new Bike Works and Binary Circuits shop that will eventually be in the new space. Dave Baker, executive director of Bike Works, purchased the former Golden Dragon restaurant, located at 914 N. Pope St., for $30,000.01 in November and has been working away renovating the property.


  20. Documents: Feds wire-tapped Philadelphia union boss, othersRead the original story

    Monday | Washington Times

    Documents show federal agents wire-tapped the cellphones of a powerful Philadelphia labor boss and his protege on the City Council for more than a year. Johnny "Doc" Dougherty runs the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 98 and has long been a powerful political force in the city.