Routine sexual "preying" at company events "was done out in the open and appeared to be encouraged, or at least condoned, by the company," one former store manager said.
Asked earlier this month about the most important person in her life, Ginsburg, who was widowed in 2010 and lost a close friend with the 2016 death of Justice Antonin Scalia, responded, “My personal trainer.”
Escaping Earth’s gravity is way easier than escaping its international legal issues.
None have yet been passed; many are on shaky Constitutional ground.
They say they want fewer later abortions in America, but their new restrictions have led women to get abortions later in pregnancy. Behold how they've "protected" women.
Eric Pusey has to bite his tongue when customers at his pharmacy cough up co-payments far higher than the cost of their low-cost generic drugs, thinking their insurance is getting them a good deal.
What makes it different — and also controversial — is the fact that LTE-U will share the same radio frequencies as WiFi routers and Bluetooth headphones.
Should rules set up to catch business cheats be precise, clear and sophisticated? Or does that just give companies an avenue to cheat — in a very specific way?
Angry crowds gathered at the home of an off-duty cop who fried a shot during an after-school scuffle with teenagers in Anaheim, California.
Details have emerged on how Anwar al-Awlaki, a Qaeda leader killed by a drone, was involved in a plot to blow up an airliner approaching Detroit on Christmas in 2009.
The TSA found this thing at Baltimore-Washington International Airport and posted it to their Instagram page along with a helpful piece of advice: "If you’re traveling with your gun knife, please pack it in your checked bag."
The US Supreme Court declined Tuesday to take up a challenge to Alabama's method of lethal injection.
When Pokémon Go was in its prime last year, many of the game’s more popular locations were parks. And some of those parks got trashed.
Uber said on Monday that it is tapping former US Attorney General Eric Holder to help conduct an investigation into sexual harassment claims made by a former employee.
An Israeli soldier who killed a wounded Palestinian attacker in a high-profile case that split opinion across the country has been jailed for 18 months.
Currently, the law views our phones as a bloody glove or a friend testifying against you. But in reality, looking through a phone is more akin to looking through someone's mind.
"I've now compromised the privacy of my friends, and family, colleagues, contacts—anyone whose digital life kind of touched my phone."
This former undercover police officer would embed himself amongst the very people he wanted to bust, sometimes for years at a time. Here he explains the psychological impacts that he is still struggling with to this day.
Republicans spent almost seven years waging a battle to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Finally, they are set up for victory — or a new kind of disappointment.
Last year, there was a worldwide investigation of the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. Now the firms' founders are in jail.
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