George H.W. Bush Was a Better Kind of Republican

Hard to know, though, what difference it would have made. One-termers don’t have much credibility. That’s the bottom line on Bush. He was a one-termer, and a one-termer, at the end of the day, is in the most basic sense a failure. He must have woken up nearly every morning—and Carter must too—and barely gotten […]

Latino workers face discrimination over spread of coronavirus in meat plants

In April an outbreak at the JBS meat processing plant in Colorado killed three workers, while many of Iowa’s more than 8,000 coronavirus cases have been linked to plants including Tyson Foods, in Waterloo. Tyson Foods was forced to suspend operations at the end of April after 180 coronavirus infections were linked to the plant.

Brad Keselowski wins rain-delayed Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte

The coronavirus pandemic has wiped out the first part of F1′s schedule and, like IndyCar, it is still waiting to start its season. Roger Penske, the new owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, has moved the Indy 500. It marks the first time since 1946 the 500 is not being run on Memorial Day weekend.

Coronavirus outbreaks hits Farmer John, 8 other plants in Vernon

COVID-19 outbreaks have plagued beef, pork and poultry processing plants nationwide since March. More than 10,000 cases have been linked to U.S. meatpacking plants, and at least three dozen workers are known to have died as of early May, according to an analysis by the nonprofit news organization ProPublica.