Anastasia Boone Talton, a former diversity recruiter for Facebook, recently sued the social media company over discrimination claims.
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Fox News recently terminated prime-time host Trish Regan, who called coronavirus a “scam” at the beginning of March.
Eric Esshaki says it’s impossible to obtain the 1,000 signatures needed to qualify for primaries with a shelter-in-place order in effect.
A group of anti-abortion activists are suing Michigan, saying its shelter-in-place order curbs religious freedoms.
While the attorney general’s office was quick to praise Zoom, it raised repeated questions about the app’s security measures.
Airlines have already received billions in bailout money, even as ordinary Americans struggle to apply for unemployment benefits.
The National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys recently named two McKeen & Associates attorneys, Steven Hurbis and Kenneth Lee, to its list of the Top 10 Personal Injury Attorneys Under 40 in Michigan. The National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys is devoted to recognizing the top personal injury attorneys in the nation through a
Walmart’s civil battle continues, but the chain will not be criminally charged for opioid overprescribing.
Experts say the internet should be okay during a pandemic.