Boeing, the airplane manufacturing giant, has always had a somewhat dynamic relationship with the union workers who assemble and crew their airliners. On the one hand, they rely on the skilled labor of machinists, pilots, and flight crews who literally keep their planes aloft, on the other hand, high research, manufacturing, and fuel costs keep them on the lookout for a lucrative deal. For the last two years, the U.S. Dept. of Transportation has kept just such a deal in limbo
Part Two: what it is and how to prevent it There's been a recent movement, or rather a series of movements, recognizing cyberbullying as a widespread and serious enough problem to warrant legislation. U.S. code title 18 § 875, for instance, makes it illegal to make threats through the internet, although there are no federal laws that specifically address the problem of online harassment. In addition, there are state laws that go even further, particularly for the purpose of p
California's so-called right to die law went into effect June 9th, and its potential ramifications have been hotly debated between proponents of physician assisted death and disability advocates. Notably, the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, a group that seeks to ensure legal help for disabled people, has released an in-depth statement expressing vehement opposition to the new law (linked above). The debate over physician assisted suicide has been raging since b
Part One: Prologue It's more or less common knowledge that once you post something on the internet, it's no longer in your control. Even if you delete an embarrassing photo you once uploaded, there's no stopping someone else from downloading it to their computer and saving it elsewhere.
Still despite the fact that we post all the, sometimes quite intimate, details of our lives to Facebook it feels like such a violation when a boss or supervisor brings something up that the
According to Whittier Daily News, the Gardena man killed in a warehouse explosion in Santa Fe Springs has been identified as 31 year old Ji Hoon Oh. The fire started with an explosion from inside the warehouse. It then spread into a large blaze that took employees and first responders by surprise.
The building, a large warehouse with a smaller front office, was operated by Innosys Beauty Care IBS. It was a re-packaging and distribution center for hair salon products. Autho