The workplace discrimination settlement is being hailed as “historic” by the American Civil Liberties Union.
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Three Yale students have filed a class action against the university, claiming its enabling of fraternities means that young students who want to “socialize” have no choice but to attend their parties.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took Equifax to task over the weekend, suggesting she’ll soon open a House investigation into its scoring methodology and security practices.
Seventy-nine-year old Linda Goldbloom was killed by a foul ball at Dodger Stadium in late 2018. While her husband reached an undisclosed settlement with the team, he and Goldbloom’s family say the team can do more to improve safety.
An Arizona husband and wife are suing Glendale’s police department, claiming its officers tased the man 11 times for asking a question.
New York Attorney General Letitia James plans to propose legislation that’d fine or jail employers who try to intimidate workers over their legal status.
Former Department of Health and Human Services director Nick Lyon was sent for refusing to disclose information about the Flint water crisis to the public. But his defense has prompted a judge to reconsider whether the law’s being applied right.
President Donald Trump hasn’t been on DACA, Dreamers or illegal immigrants. During his stay in the White House, he’s also worked to block mounting legal immigration–until Tuesday, when he pulled yet another switcheroo.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is due to bring a suit against Michigan’s costly no-fault auto insurance laws to federal court on Thursday–and many expect he may not walk away unscathed.