10 things to know for Wednesday, July 16: Israeli raids on Gaza intensify
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Hundreds of Palestinians flee Gaza border areas after Israel tells them to leave ahead of further strikes.
New U.S. government guidelines prohibit employers from forcing pregnant workers to take leave and acknowledge that bosses may have to decrease workloads.
The only facility to win approval to operate after the fatal disaster three years ago had to comply with stringent safety requirements.
Organizations delivering directly from local farms to major institutions are growing, eliminating scores of middlemen from farm to fork.
Mexico says it will tighten its porous border with Guatemala where thousands of migrants cross, hoping to continue north to the U.S.
Bill de Blasio has a vacation in Italy planned — funded in part by taxpayers — and seemingly no intention of letting a looming strike at the nation’s largest commuter railroad hold him back. Besides, he says, people “now, because of technology, can work from home.”
Entrepreneurs from the region’s buzzing restaurant scene are eyeing franchise opportunities in the U.S. and Europe.
That’s what a state regulator says as water use by Californians rises despite the governor’s pleas to cut back during the severe drought.
Don’t let the absence of bushy beards, plaid shirts and even suspenders fool you. Paul Smith’s College teaches aspiring woodsmen to do things like throw an ax and climb a 45-foot pole.
That’s what Tampa Bay pitcher David Price says about the 14th and final All-Star Game for the retiring New York Yankees shortstop.