Anastasia Boone Talton, a former diversity recruiter for Facebook, recently sued the social media company over discrimination claims.
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With No Clear Guidance on What’s Safe, Pregnant Nurses and Doctors Continue to Treat COVID-19 PatientsApril 3, 2020
Many pregnant healthcare professionals across the country are having to work on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic because there are no clear guidelines on whether it’s safe for them to continue treating patients.
A Missouri man was recently awarded a $2 million settlement after he sued the Lincoln County sheriff’s department for wrongfully convicting him of murder.
Step2 is recalling certain toy grocery carts that may pose a laceration risk.
A former nurse recently sued Northwestern Memorial Hospital over allegations of wrongful termination and retaliation.
A Las Cruces police officer was recently hit with a lawsuit after he discharged his weapon at Picacho Middle School in December 2019.
The city of Antioch is settling a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Rakeem Rucks for $475,000.
Guan’s Mushroom Co. recently announced a recall of enoki mushrooms from Korea that tested positive for Listeria.
A former campaign staffer recently sued Mike Bloomberg over layoffs.
As more and more businesses and schools shut down over the coronavirus, more and more blood drives are being cancelled, creating a blood shortage.