World Cup Fans Should Ride Donkeys To Matches, Former President Says

Sports | Julia Dent
A soccer fan holds a Brazilian flag in front of two policemen outside Ana Rosa subway station during the fifth day of metro worker's protest in Sao Paulo

Or walk. Or bike. You just can’t take the metro

New Mexico teachers mull strike over evaluation linked to actual, objective criteria

Education | Eric Owens

‘This evaluation system is unprecedented in how unfair it is’

A Big Nothingburger

US | Patrick Howley
McDonalds
Very few fast-food employees strike

Striking teachers scream insults at substitute teachers - TheDCNF

Daily Caller News Foundation | Robby Soave
teachers strike Chicago

One parent calls strike ‘embarrassing’

Ta-ta for Twinkies? - TheDCNF

Business | Betsi Fores
Hostess

Hostess may need to shut doors due to union strike

HuffPo to bloggers: Go ahead, strike some more - TheDC

Business | Steven Nelson

Huffington Post contributors aim to expand strike as their concerns are dismissed by company

Huffington Post contributors go on strike - TheDC

US | Steven Nelson

Arianna Huffington responds, ‘No one really notices… Go ahead, go on strike’

BBC journalists strike for 2nd day over pensions - AP

Business | admin

BBC director-general Mark Thompson insists the new pension plans are fair and have already been modified after talks with staff

French workers protest retirement age shift to 62 - AP

World | interns

The government currently allows for retirement at sixty years old, but the pension system is a massive burden on the country’s budget

Spirit grounds thousands of travelers - PORTFOLIO.COM

Business | interns

Because it is small, you may not have heard that Florida-based Spirit Airlines has been shut down since Saturday

Passenger numbers fall as BA strike continues - BBC

Business | interns

The number of passengers on British Airways in May dropped by 14.2% from a year ago

Chinese Honda strike a wake-up call for Japan - NYT

Business | interns

As the car company’s sales struggle throughout the world, Japan grapples with a struggling economy

British union strikes out - BBC

World | interns

British Airways has won a High Court injunction to stop the latest strikes by its cabin staff

Greek crisis spreads fear it could undercut American recovery - WSJ

World | AJ

Early credit-market indicators of contagion to the U.S. aren’t yet flashing red, but investors are keeping a wary eye on them

U.S. building up forces near Iran - The Sunday Herald

World | interns

Hundreds of powerful US “bunker-buster” bombs are being shipped from California to the British island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean in preparation for a potential attack on Iran if diplomacy fails