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Despite what some Republican leaders claim, employment discrimination is very real for LGBT people, even in 2013.
Is racial profiling justified?
Should states get to ban abortion?
The gnashing of teeth and pulling of hair now evident amongst the talkers and the chattering class about the newest budget deal is more proof that our constitution still works, even if imperfectly.
Friday night was definitely an occasion for doing just that, as the city held its annual employee appreciation banquet and recognized many of the employees and managers who went above and beyond in 2013.
The acting Homeland Security inspector general has left his post and taken another job in the agency, the department said Tuesday.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 66-year-old Larry Conners filed suit Dec. 5 against KMOV-TV.
Operators of the Rhino mine knew the mine was not properly caving and conditions were worsening, yet they continued to mine until a 7-ton roof fall killed one of their employees.
The new law requiring women to purchase additional insurance to cover elective abortions should not apply to the 2 million individuals with employer-sponsored self-insured health care coverage, state and health care industry officials said Monday.
Former Van Gilder Executive to Spearhead Expansion of USI's Marketshare into Rocky Mountain Region VALHALLA, N.Y. -- -- USI Insurance Services announced today the appointment of Laurie Hoag-Winkler to senior vice president, employee benefits practice leader, for USI Colorado, formerly known as Van Gilder Insurance Corporation .
JACKSON - A Jackson grocery store has agreed to pay $325,000 to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by the government.
Instead of being considered a hero for the disabled, Singleton is un-revered by many - a "wolf in sheep's clothing," according to Carmichael-based attorney Catherine Corfee, who told the Journal a couple of years ago that there are valid ADA cases out there ... just not Singleton's.
Indications show that there is little effort on the part of the U.S. government to ease its use of "eavesdropping" and "data collection" archives according to many reports, but none more notable than one from the New York Times .
Kulwinder Kaur has always felt her lungs constrict around cigarettes. After seeing classmates and friends pick up smoking during her college years, she went the other way, deciding to become a respiratory therapist.
You don't have to like your colleagues, but you shouldn't have to fear them. Two cases of disquieting co-workers, one concerning a reclusive and one that involves more aggressive interactions.
WASHINGTON, DC: From Harriet Beecher Stowe's " Uncle Tom's Cabin " to Maya Angelou's " I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings ," African-American literature and authors are represented in the titles of fiction, nonfiction, plays and poetry included on the initial roll of Books that Shaped Work in America.
In response to the US Supreme Court's ruling in US v. Windsor [SCOTUSblog backgrounder; JURIST report ], the Department of Education explained that any legal marriage that is recognized by the jurisdiction in which the marriage was celebrated will be recognized for the purposes of student financial assistance programs without regard to whether the ... (more)
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