Sisters earn their Eagle Scout, a mistake = $15,000 fine, 2 million women have dropped out of the workforce, avalanche survivors rescued in Utah, Arizona lawmaker says that not everybody should be voting and Rhode Islanders ask “Where’s the beef?!”
First female Eagle Scouts in Utah
Sisters become first females in Utah to earn Eagle Scout rank https://t.co/HiO7kO5XEK
— FOX 13 News Utah (@fox13) March 15, 2021
He made a mistake on an unemployment form. Then, the state demanded $14,990 from him.
Online systems can be difficult to navigate. Unintentional mistakes are made on both sides. Some states are now trying to claw money back from recipients. https://t.co/9krmQ7Oend
— Utah Bug (@utahbug) March 14, 2021
In February 2020, American women outnumbered men in the labor market. Since then, more than 2 million women have dropped out of the workforce.
In February 2020, American women outnumbered men in the labor market.
Since then, more than 2 million women have dropped out of the workforce. It could take many years for women to return to where they were at the start of 2020. https://t.co/lQXqNRHVY6 pic.twitter.com/Amy4OPChnJ
— Axios (@axios) March 13, 2021
Avalanche survivors rescued near Alpine
UPDATE: Rescue crews managed to successfully bring down the stranded backcountry skiers before sundown, Sunday. #avalanche #rescue https://t.co/MlAXtJiPRb
— ABC4 News (@abc4utah) March 15, 2021
Arizona Republican Rep says “Everybody shouldn’t be voting.” Critics say that rhetoric is “straight out of Jim Crow.”
A GOP lawmaker says the “quality” of a vote matters. Critics say that’s “straight out of Jim Crow.” https://t.co/Mco370uTmS
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 13, 2021
“Where’s the beef?!” On the run, apparently.
A 1,600-pound steer is still on the loose a month after escaping a Rhode Island slaughterhouse. – @TODAYshow https://t.co/DWT603wRxg
— NBC News (@NBCNews) March 13, 2021