Cardi B and Nicki Minaj Get into Fashion Week Altercation
Per their sources, Cardi lunged at Nicki before security had to break them up but not before Cardi tossed her shoe at the table. While leaving the party, she was pictured barefoot, missing both her shoes and with a huge lump on her forehead.
While some have openly questioned whether Sanders' bill is the best way to address the issue of corporate malfeasance and worker inequality epitomized by Amazon, the Huffington Post's Arthur Delaney and Dave Jamieson, who interviewed Sanders ahead of its release, argue that the proposal "isn't really about collecting funds for food stamps or Medicaid ― it's about making a spectacle of the low pay and bad working conditions at profitable businesses". He wants to bring in legislation, so that large companies may be levied a tax that is equal to the government benefits that employees receive from their companies. Earlier this year, Amazon said in a government filing that its median salary is $28,446 - a figure, Amazon said, that include the compensation for part-time employees. The only publicly-traded company in the US valued higher is Apple, according to the Post. "That's what a rigged economy is about", said Sanders, who introduced the bill with California Representative Ro Khanna, a Democrat.
The bill makes it illegal for the company to ask employees if they receive or qualify for federal assistance and leaves it to the Internal Revenue Service, in consultation with other federal agencies, to determine the amount of the tax. Full-time warehouse associates get medical, dental and vision benefits from the day they start, and they're the same benefits employees like Lynch get, she says.
"Amazon is worth $1 TRILLION", Sanders tweeted Tuesday.
Rapper Mac Miller dies in Los Angeles at age 26
Miller had just been preparing to embark on a USA tour after releasing his most recent album, Swimming , on August 3. Several months ago, Miller wrecked his auto , and he was also arrested for a DUI and hit and run.
The proposal by the socialist who came within an ace of being the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee would tax employers one dollar for every dollar that their employees take in food stamp, health-care and other welfare benefits.
Plus, the legislation likely wouldn't do much to raise wages, the center said.
James Bloodworth describes similar pressures in his book Hired: Six Months Undercover in Low-Wage Britain (which sells for $10 for Kindle on amazon.com).
Trump warns of tariffs on another $267 billion of Chinese imports
Many products purchased by consumers, such as refrigerators, spark plugs and furniture, are among the potential targets. China said it is ready to impose retaliatory tariffs on $60bn worth of U.S. goods if that happens.
Employees also receive a "block of unpaid time off to account for running late and they can use that time like a checking account, deducting when necessary for time out of work", Lynch writes.