“Service” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Crowds in Washington, D.C., chant 'No justice, no peace' →
The officers were working for the Federal Protective Service, an agency within the Department of Homeland Security that tries to prevent terrorists and other criminals from targeting government infrastructure.
The New York Times
· As Protests and Violence Spill Over, Trump Shrinks Back →
Nervous for his safety, Secret Service agents abruptly rushed the president to the underground bunker used in the past during terrorist attacks.
· US workers face an unequal future when coronavirus recedes →
When the pandemic hit and sent the unemployment rate to 14.7 in April and the economy into an almost-certain recession, low-paid workers in industries like leisure, hospitality and food services were laid off in such large numbers their absence skewed average wages upwards.
· Troops, police clamp down in US cities as unrest over racism flares →
In Washington, protesters faced off with secret service agents outside the White House for a second straight night as Trump faces the most serious civil unrest of his presidency, in the middle of the historic coronavirus pandemic.
· Police deem boy's alleged park fight death non-suspicious →
Emergency services were called to Mooroobool's Shang Park just before 6.30pm on Thursday after a triple-zero call from a parent.
· Spurred by George Floyd's death, protesters resist having peaceful message hijacked →
The New York Times
· Tara Reade’s Tumultuous Journey to the 2020 Campaign →
Ms. McCabe moved to the next town, Aptos, where she started two ventures: a dog-walking service and a nonprofit that distributed outdated or damaged pet food to needy families.
· Australia’s stalled migrant boom derails golden economic run →
The drought in international student arrivals, who in recent years made up about 40 per cent of the migrant intake, is expected to hit the A$37 billion education sector, Australia’s second largest services export after tourism.