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CEO Pay Is Not a Systemic Problem in America | Opinion

3 monthes ago   |   By Newsweek

It's difficult to have this conversation without realizing there are some really good CEOs out there who probably earn every penny.
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Queen Elizabeth's star-studded Platinum Jubilee gig lineup revealed

Queen Elizabeth's star-studded Platinum Jubilee gig lineup revealed

The mega gig - dubbed the "Platinum Party At The Palace" - will take place at Buckingham Palace in London on June 4. Read more ...

'Anyone can do this': Woman takes on bodybuilding in her 60s

'Anyone can do this': Woman takes on bodybuilding in her 60s

"If you start and get going at it and make it a consistent part of your life, you can achieve all kinds of wonderful things." Read more ...

Video: Cooler, cloudy Thursday with some showers in New Hampshire

Video: Cooler, cloudy Thursday with some showers in New Hampshire

Meteorologist Kevin Skarupa with a look at the latest forecast Read more ...

A slavery-era instrument is on the National Mall, singing 'songs of liberation'

A slavery-era instrument is on the National Mall, singing 'songs of liberation'

An old-fashioned steam calliope designed by luminaries in the worlds of art and jazz is on display at the National Sculpture Garden. (Image credit: Robert Shelley/National... Read more ...

Here's what we know about North Korea's COVID outbreak - and its ability to...

Here's what we know about North Korea's COVID outbreak - and its ability to handle it

North Korea says it's experiencing its first COVID outbreak. Experts are skeptical, but they are also wondering if this means the country will accept outside help or if it can... Read more ...

They escaped the war in Ukraine. Then they faced fresh trouble in Poland

They escaped the war in Ukraine. Then they faced fresh trouble in Poland

Millions of people have fled Ukraine since the war started, but not all are Ukrainian. And some citizens of African countries have found that the doors of Europe are much less... Read more ...

British military says ship attacked off Yemen's Hodeida port

A British military group monitoring the waterways in the Middle East says a ship has come under attack off the coast of Yemen in the Red Sea Read more ...

Steelers' new girls flag football league is a hit among local high schools

Steelers' new girls flag football league is a hit among local high schools

The brand-new Steelers-sponsored high school girls flag football league will conclude with a playoff tournament Sunday at Heinz Field. Read more ...

Things to do in Baltimore May 20-26

See the center jewel of the Triple Crown, enjoy a glass of wine or a night of laughs, learn about dinosaurs and the civil rights movement. Read more ...

David S. Wilson, owner of transmission repair business and competitive...

David S. Wilson, owner of Southern Automatic Transmission Service and competitive athlete, died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis on May 6 at his Frederick home. The former... Read more ...