The Department of Education recently came under fire in a lawsuit alleging it is mismanaging two student loan forgiveness programs.
The CBP’s misconduct, claims the ACLU, was a flagrant disregard of passengers’ Fourth Amendment rights.
Stinson spent 24 years locked away, his conviction largely due to discredited forensic techniques.
A jury in Baltimore recently awarded a mother and her daughter $229.6 million, ending a medical malpractice lawsuit.
Party City will shell out $39,000 to settle a pregnancy and disability discrimination case.
Flowers Foods, Inc. is voluntarily recalling certain hot dog and hamburger buns that may be contaminated with pieces of plastic.
As Prime Day approaches, many employees at the Shakopee, Minnesota fulfillment center plan to go on strike over what they call unfair working conditions.
Judge Polster will not make a decision in the consolidated opioid litigation until at least August, he says.
The ACLU says the raids could compromise some refugees’ due process rights.