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NEW YORK CITY—The global economy will continue expanding as 2019 begins, but growth may peak before the year's end. The growing shortage of applicants, particularly for blue-collar jobs, is beginning to have "real, physical effects," especially in Europe and the U.S., said Bart van Ark, chief economist for The Conference Board.
Before the sun rose over a Washington gripped by gridlock, pink hats and poster-board signs already were emerging around the world for the second iteration of the Women’s March.
Folklorist, scholar and musician Tiber Falzett is passionate about sharing the Scottish Gaelic culture and language.