Italy’s Meloni, Schlein to face off in May 23 TV debate ahead of EU election

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, who leads the right-wing Brothers of Italy party, will face Italian…

How MEPs make millions on the side: Legal advice, speeches and Covid cures

Not all MEPs have shared in the potential benefits equally. Transparency International found that MEPs on…

Why Georgia’s government thinks it can scorn the EU and keep its grip on power

The crowd cheered, despite warnings from Brussels that foreign agent laws would hinder the chances of…

FIFA should lose EU legal dispute over player transfer rules, court aide says

The Court of Justice is ruling on the dispute of an unnamed Paris-based professional player whose…

Portugal’s far right vaccine stops working in the Algarve

So far, mainstream parties have refused to cooperate with Chega – the recently elected centre-right government…

France gets a reprieve on credit rating, but doubts persist on fiscal outlook

“Structural reforms have begun to address debt challenges such as high unemployment and weak competitiveness, but…

Idaho, Utah Workers Led U.S. in Quitting Jobs, While New Yorkers Largely Stayed Put

A strong labor market gave Americans the confidence to quit their jobs last year, especially in…

Jobless Claims Remained Nearly Steady Last Week

Employee filings for unemployment benefits remained at a historic low last week, a sign of continued…

EU job competitions can’t limit second languages to English, German and French, top court rules

The European Commission cannot restrict the choice of a second language to English, German or French…

The Layoff Conundrum

Headlines about layoffs at large companies don’t match overall employment data.