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1 hr ago | EDGE
Transgender Lobby Day is July 14-15. It's an opportunity for transgender people and advocates from across the country to educate their members of Congress and lobby for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act passage in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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3 hrs ago | Air Force Times
The Veterans Affairs Department has named a career Navy doctor to serve as interim director of its Office of the Medical Inspector.
7 hrs ago | Roll Call
A coalition of influential LGBT rights organizations jointly pulled endorsements earlier this week of the legislation, partly in protest of the recent Supreme Court Hobby Lobby decision.
11 hrs ago | UPI
There were more troubling accusations Tuesday involving Department of Veteran Affairs' medical facilities.
15 hrs ago | SFGate
According to the Department of Labor, 304,000 Americans filed for jobless claims during the week ending July 5, down from 315,000 a week ago.
17 hrs ago | Business Journal
Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham, LLP of Raleigh - one of the Triangle's largest and oldest law firms - is expanding.
NICOLE KILLIAN , WISN 12 NEWS. INVESTIGATORS LOOKING INTO CLAIMS THAT V.A. SUPERVISORS RETALIATED AGAINST WHISTLEBLOWERS.
Great businesses aren't always in a position to reward all of their great employees with salary increases or expensive benefits packages.
In the intensifying debate over religious liberty, President Barack Obama faces pressure from opposite flanks as he prepares to issue an executive order barring federal contractors from discriminating against gay and transgender people in hiring.
Kevin & J Co., an Atlanta-based company that sells retail clothing and apparel, will pay $15,000 and furnish other relief to settle a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit filed by U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission related to its Chattanooga store, the agency announced today.
On Tuesday, 100 religious leaders from Christian, Jewish, Muslim and interfaith organizations signed a letter to President Barack Obama, asking him to not include a religious exemption in the executive order he plans to enact that will bar workplace discrimination against LGBT individuals.
East Ridge Police received a call on Tuesday that a young girl at 6950 Martha Ave. had seen two men she did not know pull into the yard in a truck and remove a four wheeler and small dirt bike from a barn on the property.
The department said Wednesday the settlement in U.S. District Court in New Haven resolves a lawsuit against S.D. Transportation Services LLC, doing business as Premier Limousine in Berlin, and owner Stephen DiMarco.
A California state agency reauthorized a self-insurance program for worker's compensation this month that will allow qualified companies to retain $7.5 billion that otherwise would have been deposited with the state.
House lawmakers charged Tuesday that a culture of corruption at the Department of Veterans Affairs allowed the agency to freely retaliate against whistleblowers.
Same-sex couples in states where they cannot marry, such as Arizona, could qualify for the federal Family and Medical Leave Act, under a new Obama administration proposal.
Polly Neace, an employee of a Kentucky US Bank branch, says she was fired for telling customers to 'have a blessed day' and has since filed a lawsuit.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 09:30 pm
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