SAN FRANCISCO— Dockworkers were given the chance Friday to vote on a new contract extension that could provide long-term labor peace at West Coast seaports, where in recent years work slowdowns and strikes have affected billions of dollars in cargo. Union delegates for 29 ports from Washington to California voted to allow about 20,000 rank-and-file members...
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MSNBC's Cal Perry reports on how Southern California's Iranian community is reacting to President Trump's travel ban.
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A deal between Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and a group of Chinese companies imploded late last year, which has had ripple effects, the WSJ reports.
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