Michiganders who refuse to comply with the order could be charged with a misdemeanor.
However, it is unlikely the public will get a peek at Trump’s financial information until after the election’s over.
Education advocates say that DeVos’s rules burden schools and threaten to silence victims of sexual misconduct.
Chicago area landlords seek help in court evicting tenants for nonpayment of rent, unsanitary living conditions, and other issues.
English teen comes up with vibrating wristband to warn users when their hands are too close to their face.
The Trump administration’s last-minute visa policy revision–intended to force colleges into reopening this fall–puts many students in an incredibly difficult position.
In the interest of equity, the court won’t let government-contracted debt collectors make automated calls, either.
HUB International was recently hit with lawsuit for allegedly terminating an employee because her children were too loud during virtual meetings.
A new Penn Medicine study published in JAMA Cardiology found “10% of heart surgery patients who were prescribed opioid medications were still taking them more than 90 days after their procedures” and researchers “found a direct association between the initial dosing of opioids or oral morphine equivalents and the likelihood of persistent use 90 to
Law firm responds to suit, claiming overpayment of rent during the pandemic.