Here’s Who’s Been Blocked By Twitter’s Country-Specific Censorship Program
BuzzFeed News has identified more than 1,700 Twitter accounts that have been blocked in at least one country. The list provides an unprecedented glimpse into Twitter's collaboration with national groups and governments — democratic and authoritarian alike — and provides new details about a recent surge in blocked accounts in Germany, France, and Turkey.
Trump Winery Is Asking To Hire More Foreign Guest Workers
The Virginia vineyard is owned by Eric Trump, although Donald Trump has previously told reporters that he owns it. Businesses owned by President Trump or bearing his name have been frequent users of the program in the past, seeking to hire more than 400 foreign guest workers since he launched his presidential campaign.
Trump Winery Again Seeks To Hire Foreign Guest Workers
The Virginia vineyard, owned by Eric Trump, is seeking six workers to start in January. Businesses owned by President Trump or bearing his name have been frequent users of the program in the past, seeking to hire more than 400 foreign guest workers since he launched his presidential campaign.
Trump Beach Resort Wants More Foreign Guest Workers
The resort near Miami, which licenses Trump's name, is seeking permission to hire 10 housekeepers, claiming no Americans want the jobs. Companies owned by Trump or bearing his name have sought 380 workers since he launched his presidential campaign.
Damage From Harvey Has Already Caused Millions Of Pounds Of Toxic Pollutants To Be Released Into The Air
The explosions and ensuing fire at the Arkema chemical plant early Thursday are just the latest in a wave of damage, disruptions, and pollution at industrial facilities along the Texas coast after Harvey.
More Foreign Workers Requested By Trump's Mar-A-Lago
It’s Made in America Week at the White House, but Mar-A-Lago and a nearby Trump National Golf Club have told the Department of Labor that there aren’t enough Americans to hire. These two Trump properties have now requested more than 230 foreign workers since he launched his presidential campaign.
Senators Want US Job Protections Before Expanding Foreign Workforce
A bipartisan group of senators, including Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, have asked the Labor and Homeland Security secretaries to ensure American jobs are protected before expanding the foreign workforce. Their letter cites a BuzzFeed News investigation.