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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is fighting with Peloton to have a recall issued for the popular Tread+ treadmill.
A judge chastised Arizona officials for repeatedly making excuses.
College students are warned about academic dishonesty sanctions.
New bill seeks to update the Colorado Ski Safety Act of 1979.
The FCC recently announced it will begin to grant waivers to allow equipment manufacturers and automakers to install technology that can help prevent hot car deaths.
When MPOs are issued based on baseless allegations of sexual assault or domestic violence, it’s helpful that service members know that they can exhaust available remedies within the military justice system for redress.
The lawsuit suggests that making waitstaff rely upon tips lends to racial discrimination, inequitable earnings, and even sexual harassment.
The recently-passed measure would also close down one of the country’s largest for-profit immigration detention centers by 2025.