U.S. Withdraws from U.N. Human Rights Council

U.S. Withdraws from U.N. Human Rights Council

On Monday, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein addressed the locking up of immigrant children in camps by the U.S. in a  statement to the 38th session of the Human Rights Council saying, “In the past six weeks, nearly two thousand children have been forcibly separated from their parents. The American […]

Former Skagway Tribal Administrator Sentenced for Embezzling

Former Skagway Tribal Administrator Sentenced for Embezzling

The sentencing of an Oregon woman who was formerly the Skagway Traditional COuncil’s Tribal Administer was sentenced in federal court for embezzling approximately $300,000 from the federally recognized tribal organization, it was announced by U.S. Attorney Bryan Shroder on Monday. 64-year-old Delia Commander, of Oregon, who formerly worked for the organization, had previously pleaded guilty […]

Trump’s Council and Forum Disbanded as More CEOs Flee

Trump’s Council and Forum Disbanded as More CEOs Flee

Two more prominent business leaders resigned from Trump’s advisory council on Wednesday, bringing the total this week alone at eight. The latest defections came from 3M’s CEO, president and chairman of the board, Inge Thulin, and CEO of Campbell’s CEO Denise Morrison, following resignations of six other leaders this week. As the stream of business […]

CEOs of Merk, Under Armour, AAM and Intel Walk Away from President’s Manufacturing Council

CEOs of Merk, Under Armour, AAM and Intel Walk Away from President’s Manufacturing Council

CEOs of major U.S. corporations continue to jump ship from President Trump’s Manufacturing Council in response to the president’s rather belated and lackluster prepared response to the turmoil in Charlottesville that led to the death of Charlottesville resident Heather Heyer, age 32, and the injury of 20 others by James Alex Fields Jr. Following the exit […]