WASHINGTON (AP) — With a familiar chant, President Donald Trump's backers regularly called for Hillary Clinton to be thrown in prison during the 2016 campaign. Now top Democrats are grappling with fraught questions about whether to lock HIM up.
As Democrats in Congress press for continued
Police have charged a second suspect in connection with the murder of one man and the attempted murders of three other men.
Derron Deveaux, 24, of Big Pond, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt yesterday charged with the May 28 murder of James Delean and the
Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) President Darrin Woods said yesterday that the union’s decision to hold a strike vote was not based on issues with gratuity, but rather on the Bahamas Hotel Employers Association’s (BHEA) failure to commence negotiations.
“This was not the
Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) President Belinda Wilson said yesterday that in renegotiating their industrial agreement, the union hopes to receive a 20 percent salary increase for teachers.
“…In the agreement, we’re looking at not only a 20 percent salary increase, but we’re looking at how
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday that the government will bring forth several bills that will significantly impact the scope of health in the country as a part of the legislative agenda for his ministry.
Among these legislation are the Single Governance Bill, the Tobacco Control Bill, the
I recently taught a leadership course where we discussed the three barriers to leaders being able to empower others, which, according to John C. Maxwell, are desire for job security, resistance to change and lack of self-worth.
Job security is a barrier to empowerment as leaders
The criminal records of individuals found with small quantities marijuana in The Bahamas should be expunged, Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine said.
“I also believe that we’ve reached this stage and point where we should seek to find a way to expunge the records of those persons who have
The case of a jet ski operator arrested on suspicion of the sexual assault of an African-American tourist was yesterday delayed.
D’Roy Mackey was supposed to be committed to the Supreme Court to stand trial on accusations that he raped a 30-year-old woman at Cabbage Beach
Too many Bahamians have taken to the use of the conditional perfect, “would have”, to refer, incorrectly, to action that was presumably taken. It has become a virus in our language.
“Would have” is a conditional perfect tense and refers to a missed opportunity in
The Bahamas is among the countries facing the most devastating fallout from climate change in the immediate future, yet we are not taking the risk seriously enough. We as a low-lying island nation should be at the forefront of the efforts to reverse this