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Tesla Factory in Fremont, California. (credit: Maurizio Pesce ) A worker at Tesla’s factory in Fremont, California, has sued the company over what he claims are months of racial, sexual, and physical harassment by his co-workers. Tesla did little to stop it, the suit alleges. The lawsuit was filed Monday in Alameda County Superior Court on behalf of Dewitt Lambert, an African-American man who moved from Alabama to California in 2012 specifically to seek work at Tesla. In it, Lambert alleges that shortly after his job began in 2015 on the assembly line, he faced consistent harassment by his younger colleagues. Specifically, Lambert claims that the named co-workers made remarks like "Dont this n****r look just like Samuel Jackson?" and "I bet you my dick is bigger than yours," along with other similar disparaging comments. Read 11 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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by the end of the week to formally request the Section 30 order - the legislation needed to hold an official referendum. The Prime Minister doesn't have to respond formally and is expected to reiterate that now is not the time. It also needs to be agreed by Westminster, It also needs to be agreed by MPs im It also needs to be agreed by MPs in Westminster, before it can go to the Queen to be signed off. But many in Scotland do not want another vote. Even in.
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strong vision for those communities. What is it that is going to replace that? We shouldn't leave people without that. I thank the honourable lady and she has made some positive points. On the matter of distribution of funds, would she consider it appropriate.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
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We’ve all been there. It took three months to launch that marketing campaign from start-to-finish. Yes, there were many hurdles along the way, but you pulled it together with the help of your team and even launched on time. You pop the champagne and toast to a job well done. A week goes by. There is a little bit of action...maybe a top of the funnel (TOFU) form fill or two, but nothing to write home about. After all, you’ve not collected nearly enough data to start compiling reports and making decisions. A month passes. The campaign numbers still arent great. Panic starts to set in. Your client, your boss, and your team are getting antsy. But has your campaign even run for long enough at this point to know whether or not it is performing well? What does “long enough” mean? Hell, what does “performing well” even mean? Let’s get acclimated Now, before we jump into campaign optimization or how to analyze performance, let’s make sure we’re talking apples to apples.
Vanity Fair
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Big changes are in store in this revamp of the beloved 1995 Robin Williams movie.
BBC One East
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But I think we should worry chiefly about making sure that the public gets the best service they can from their public servants. We shouldn't worry so much about the police identity, the fire identity, or indeed the Police and Crime Commissioner's
BBC One London
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the commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, and reports he wanted to make an example of the UK. But he showed no signs of hostility. Why did you bring up the issue of people perhaps punishing the UK and in London if it doesn't appear anyone here wants to do that? Well, I read newspapers as you do and I listen to journalists like you.
MintPress News
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President Donald Trump, flanked by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, left, and Vice President Mike Pence, meets with members of the media regarding the health care overhaul bill, March 24, 2017. (AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) Published in partnership with Shadowproof . T he American Health Care Act has gone down in a blaze of glory. It is time to focus on what President Donald Trump has long said would be his plan B. Trump previously admitted he favored letting Obamacare collapse and then he would try to repeal the law after it completely failed. “If we waited two years, it will explode like you’ve never seen an explosion,” Trump suggested. Trump repeatedly alluded to this strategy on Friday after announcing the House Republicansfailure to vote on AHCA, their bill. The problem is, although Trump controls the federal government, he has significant power to force this explosion if he desires.
Bleacher Report
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Quarterback Jay Cutler appears to be enjoying the NFL offseason. His wife Kristin Cavallari posted an NSFW picture of him enjoying a view of the sea on her Instagram page. Sports Illustrated shared a safer version: Cavallari previously noted on her Instagram page they were moving from Chicago after the Bears released Cutler. The 2008 Pro Bowler is now without an NFL team at the moment, but he doesn't seem too stressed about it.
Daily Mail - India
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Fast Company
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Spending time with good public transit as young adults teaches people to use it later in life, even if they move to a place where it doesn't work very well. Spending time with good public transit as young adults teaches people to use it later in life, even if they move to a place where it doesn't work very well. If you live in New York City in your twenties, taking the subway to work every day, and then move to, say, suburban Silicon Valley—where 74% of commuters drive to work alone—you'll be a little more likely to walk or take public transit than your Californian coworkers. Read Full Story
BBC News 24
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A murky night with fog around. For example on cost coasts and hills. Limited brightness. Sun across Scotland but that won't last because rain will be on its way surging up the Irish Sea, some heavy at times affecting north.
BBC Parliament
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particularly Mark workers' Memorial Day, and I don't know whether the honourable lady might be tabling a similar motion in this Parliament, but that is on Friday the 28th of April, and it does afford us another opportunity to remember all of those who work in these important but dangerous industries, and for us to remember and pay tribute to what they do and.
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called the enemy within. Does the honourable lady believe that this is an opportune time, when we are speaking about all those people who lost their lives, including those 81 in my constituency at Crest well, where they were consumed by flames, and they had to be locked in. They couldn't get them out, and those 18 people who fell down the shaft at the.
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colliery in Derbyshire to their death, they were the same people that the previous Tory Prime Minister called the enemy within. And I think at this moment it would be right and proper for this Government to say that that wasn't the reality about these people who went down the pit day after day. Surely, this is the time to see it
BBC News 24
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Some businesses are so fed up with coin changes that they've gone over to cards that you charge up at the counter, they've changed to coin operation to the card, you swipe it through and then you're ready to play. We haven't had to change anything at all. We think this is the future. We think coins are pretty much dead now
BBC News 24
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The payphones have been changed. So have most parking metres but despite £100 million being spent on upgrades across the UK, a lot of machines, like this one don't accept it yet. None of these machines have been changed yet. And some businesses have been putting off the upgrade because of the cost. The machines have to be changed to accept both.
ITV
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of the women are vulnerable, and have English as a second language. We were told about have English as a second language. We were told about an encounter between We were told about an encounter between a volunteer and We were told about an encounter between a volunteer and a woman We were told about an encounter between a volunteer and a woman in need. She asked between a volunteer and a woman in need. She asked me what do I have? between a volunteer and a woman in need. She asked me what do I have? I said need. She asked me what do I have? I said I don't have nothing. She said OK, don't worry. She got pushchair, clothes, everything. OK, don't worry. She got pushchair, clothes, everything. It was like one.
ITV
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angel who came for me. The women who we support our women who really don't have anything - if we weren't here, they would really struggle. Please vote for us! The three projects with the most votes will receive a grant of up to £50,000 and the runners up may be awarded up to £5,000. So, for your chance to vote, go to itv.com/thepeoplesprojects
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Enlarge / People wait in line to enter the US Supreme Court building in January 2016. (credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images) It didn't take long during oral arguments yesterday for the Supreme Court to hear about the "single judge in the United States that has one-quarter of all patent cases" from a lawyer representing patent defendant TC Heartland. Now, the question is what the court will do about it. The wonky issue of patent venues is now in the hands of the US Supreme Court, which heard arguments yesterday in TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands . Kraft sued TC Heartland for infringing its patents on "liquid water enhancers" in Delaware, and TC Heartland lawyers asked to move the case to its home state of Indiana. A Delaware judge rejected the case, noting that TC Heartland shipped about 2 percent of the accused products to Delaware. That was enough to keep the case in the state.
BMW Blog
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So, ultimately, it's sad that the current 6 Series will be turned from its sexy self to a BMW Gran Turismo . However, we can solace in the fact that this will at least be the best looking BMW GT car yet. Some spy photos have recently emerged of the upcoming BMW 6 Series GT driving around Munich wearing heavy camouflage. Okay, so it isn't perfect and isn't exactly even attractive. However, it's more attractive than the previous 5 Series GT and the 3 Series GT . It sort of looks like its pants are sagging from the rear, but at least the shape of the taillights looks good and the small active spoiler is kind of cool. It's worth noting that this is a 630i GT, or some variant of that, as those tiny exhausts are typically used on new four-cylinder BMWs. So it might get better looking with an M Sport package or maybe even just being higher up the model line.
ITV
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buggy for volunteers to transport goods. I am picking up a buggy for a refugee mother with picking up a buggy for a refugee mother with a five-month-old baby. She doesn't have access mother with a five-month-old baby. She doesn't have access to public funds, She doesn't have access to public funds, so this is a wonderful way for her funds, so this is a wonderful way for her to be helped. Which bags are you taking?.
Sky News
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published many stories on David Cameron's waistline, Jeremy Corbyn's close amah and Boris Johnson's legs. If Twitter and other. He didn't rule -- ruin the mail, they don't care what anyone.
Sky News
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business conference going on today, what other countries will be hoping to cut free trade deals with the eat -- you can't let the EU. I'll be speaking to the former treasury minister who's been involved with that event. And the new £1 coin has been asked become legal tender today. I'll be joined live in the studio by the chief executive of the.