More than a million people have taken to the streets across France since President Emmanuel Macron forced through legislation raising the retirement age from 62 to 64.
The protests reflect simmering anger over strict government COVID measures.
After the death of Mahsa Amini, Iran's government and citizens use increasingly sophisticated tools in their struggle over information.
It's one more thing for a supply chain under unprecedented pressure.
U.S. automakers depend on parts from Canadian manufacturers. And a lot of them cross the Ambassador Bridge.
Kenneth Shropshire called Wednesday a "universally unique day in history and in sport."
The company has committed to helping the Black Lives Matter movement, but has faced pressure to go beyond writing a check.
While activists call for redirecting police funding, overtime compensation can exceed cities' budgeted amounts. Sometimes officers are paid in comp time.
Activists are concerned that a new rule could weaken banks' partnerships with their communities.
Small businesses, already under strain from COVID-19 lockdowns, are trying to navigate how they engage with their communities and employees during ongoing protests.