How Clinton’s and Trump’s Economic Plans Clash; Audio ExcerptRepublican Donald Trump will deliver a speech outlining his trade policies on Tuesday — a talk that is sure to underscore the stark differences between his approach and that of likely Democratic rival Hillary Clinton when it comes to handling the economy. The two candidates sketched out their dueling economic visions in speeches last week that highlighted their clashing ideas for energizing growth and hiring.
PBA And City Contract Talks Stall As Patrick Lynch Blasts De Blasio; Audio ExcerptThe city’s largest police union said Tuesday that it has reached an impasse in its contract negotiations with the city. The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association has filed a declaration of impasse with the New York State Public Employment Relations Board and described the contract talks as “deadlocked.” The contract in question would be retroactive to 2012 and has been under negotiation for two years.
2 Explosions Rock Istanbul Airport; Multiple Injuries Reported; Audio ExcerptTwo explosions have rocked Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport, wounding multiple people, a Turkish official said. The official said Tuesday it was unclear whether the explosions were caused by bombs or a suicide attack.
Malls And Theme Parks Pour Money Into Preventing Orlando-Style Attacks; Audio ExcerptThe theme-park industry’s annual security bill, already roughly $250 million a year, is expected to grow by more than $100 million over the next few years, according to reports. Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood and SeaWorld all installed metal detectors outside their gates for the first time last December.
Cal State Faculty Urges 4 Years Of Math For HS Students; Audio ExcerptAccording to reports, high school students bound for a California State University campus who thought they could slide through their senior year without taking a math course might instead be hitting the books. CSU's Academic Senate, which represents faculty at all 23 campuses in the system, approved a resolution this spring calling for entering freshmen to take four years of high school math, rather than the current three.
Gov. Dayton: 'Not Making Any Progress' Toward A Special Session; Audio ExcerptMinnesota Governor Mark Dayton says there has been no progress toward convening a special session of the Legislature.