Everything scrapping the Iran deal says about Donald Trump:
Donald Trump’s exit from the Iran nuclear deal was one of the most significant moments of his presidency — and cemented a sharp turn in decades of US foreign policy orthodoxy.
The United States had a record 6.6 million job openings at the end of March. That’s the most since the Labor Department started keeping track in 2000.
In addition, the number of new hires fell by 86,000 in March to 5.4 million, reflecting that businesses aren’t finding the right candidates for available jobs. Taken together, the two data points are signs of shortages in the labor market.
Job openings have set records over the past few yearsas businesses have struggled to fill openings.
Half of small business owners say they can’t find enough qualified workers for open positions, according to a National Federation of Independent Business survey this week. Almost a quarter say it’s the biggest problem for their businesses.
Pauley Perrette bids farewell to ‘NCIS’:
Pregnant mom from migrant caravan says life in detention is a relief, but uncertain:
Gabriela Hernandez is being held in government detention. Yet, this is the happiest she has been in weeks.
Attendance is up at SeaWorld. Is the worst over?:
Attendance was up nearly 15% last quarter, helping the company report better-than-expected sales. Shares of SeaWorld () surged 10% on the news and it’s now up 30% this year.
It’s important to note though that the first quarter is typically a slow one for the company. Only five of its twelve parks are even open during the winter months. That’s a big reason why SeaWorld continued to lose money in the quarter
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