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Fighting GM puts a financial squeeze on striking union workers

Oct 04 2019

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. - While striking workers at General Motors Co's U.S. auto plants continue walking picket lines for a third week to demand better pay and benefits, the financial pressure has mounted for union members like Frank Lee.

RPT--Fighting GM puts a financial squeeze on striking union workers

Oct 04 2019

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. - Oct 3 While striking workers at General Motors Co's U.S. auto plants continue walking picket lines for a third week to demand better pay and benefits, the financial pressure has mounted for union members like Frank Lee.

GM stops paying for health insurance for striking union workers; talks continue

Sep 17 2019

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. General Motors Co shifted health insurance costs for its striking workers to the United Auto Workers union as its members walked the picket line for the second day on Tuesday. | Video

GM switches health insurance costs to union for striking workers; talks continue

Sep 17 2019

BOWLING GREEN, Ky., Sept 17 General Motors Co shifted health insurance costs for its striking workers to the United Auto Workers union as its members walked the picket line for the second day on Tuesday.

White nationalists stage anti-refugee protests in Tennessee

Oct 28 2017

SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. About 300 white nationalists and neo-Nazis held back-to-back rallies in two small Tennessee cities on Saturday to protest refugee resettlement in the state, which sued the federal government over the issue earlier this year. | Video

High-level U.S. visit leads North Korea to free student in coma

Jun 14 2017

WASHINGTON/CINCINNATI Otto Warmbier, an American university student held prisoner in North Korea for 17 months and said by his family to be in a coma, was medically evacuated from the reclusive country after a rare visit there from a high-level U.S. official. | Video

Kentucky town welcomes Confederate memorial moved from Louisville

May 30 2017

BRANDENBURG, Kentucky A small Kentucky town gave a formal welcome on Monday to a monument to the Confederate soldiers of the American Civil War, rededicating the controversial structure after the University of Louisville removed it as an unwelcome symbol of slavery.

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