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A Major Bank Slipped Up And Showed Why Women Rarely File Sex Discrimination Cases
Invasive depositions, like the one conducted by ANZ's lawyers, are another reason victims of discrimination often stay quiet.
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Ex-Ethics Chief: Sanders’ Tweet Was Illegal
Sarah Huckabee Sanders violated federal law, according to the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, Walter Shaub.
Rudy Off The Rails!
If you thought his appearance on Hannity was bizarre, wait until you see what Rudy Giuliani had to say on ABC’s ‘This Week.’
Trump’s Lawyer Pleads The Fifth
It’s not necessarily a sign of guilt, but Trump’s embattled lawyer Michael Cohen is pleading the Fifth Amendment in the Stormy Daniels case. But the porn star’s lawyer says it still hugely significant.
Hannity Slammed By Fox Colleague
Fox News’ Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano has shredded his colleague and friend Sean Hannity, for claiming he had attorney-client privilege with President Trump’s embattled fixer Michael Cohen.
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I Can't Watch Yet Another White Cop Kill Yet Another Black Man
These videos function much like lynchings. They show black people that their lives are at the mercy of whiteness.
The Perils Of Pardoning
President Donald Trump may be considering pardoning his associates ensnared in the Russia investigating. But it’s a risky strategy that could still lead to his downfall.
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Why The First Unionized Political Campaign Is A Game-Changer For The Left
It’s not just about progressives practicing what they preach.
Community Rallies Around Asian Couple Facing Deportation After Decades In U.S.
“Give me time to give my children a beautiful life.”
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They Called Her A Bitch. Now, O.J. Prosecutor Marcia Clark Is Seeing Her Image Reborn.
They also called her shrill, strident and emotional. Marcia Clark talks surviving sexism, and her hopes for #MeToo.
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Justice Department Will Not Retry Sen. Bob Menendez
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The decision follows a hung jury last year and an acquittal on other charges last week.
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Trump Executive Order Helps Cement Guantanamo's Status As A Forever Prison
Ryan J. Reilly
The president had said he would keep Gitmo open and "load it up with some bad dudes."
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9 Mistakes That Will End Up Costing You In Divorce Court
Divorce attorneys share their tricks of the trade.
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Baltimore Cop Accused Of Planting Drugs In Body Cam Video Indicted
More than 100 prosecutions involving Officer Richard Pinheiro Jr. have been dropped.
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EU's Top Court Bars 'Gay Test' For Asylum Seekers
Such tests, officials said, were a "disproportionate interference" in the lives of asylum seekers.
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Prestigious Men-Only Charity In London To Close Amid Sexual Harassment Claims
Two female journalists went undercover as waitresses at the event and reported rampant groping and sexual harassment.
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SFPD Says It Wants To Protect Sex Workers; Still Employs Cop Accused Of Statutorily Raping One
The officer is accused of having sex with Celeste Guap when she was only 17.
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Democrats Agree To Reopen Government Without Protections For Dreamers
The shutdown was effectively over after Trump signed the funding deal late Monday.
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Trump Administration Asks Supreme Court To Overturn DACA Ruling
By Eric Walsh, Reuters
The U.S Justice Department asked the court to overturn a lower ruling that blocked Trump's move to end the program.
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The United Nations Has Its Own Sexual Harassment Problem, New Report Says
A new story sheds light on the systematic issues it says allow sexual harassment and abuse to go largely unchecked.
In An Age Of Wicked Problems, Beware Of Simple Solutions
Tressie McMillan Cottom
We need to look beyond "thought leaders" and their 1,000-word prescriptions.
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Larry Nassar’s Victims Get Their Day In Court: ‘Little Girls Don’t Stay Little Forever’
Dozens of women are set to give impact statements about the abuse they faced from the former USA Gymnastics doctor.
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Authorities Deport Man Who Had Lived In The U.S. For 30 Years
“I got to leave my family behind, knowing that they’re probably going to have a hard time adjusting," Jorge Garcia said.
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Trump Says Program To Protect Dreamers Is 'Probably Dead,' Blames Democrats
By Lucia Mutikani and Pete Schroeder, Reuters
“DACA is probably dead because the Democrats don’t really want it," he tweeted.
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Trump Says Congress Won't Change Libel Laws, But That's A Decision For The States
Trump told the Wall Street Journal that Congress didn't have the "guts" to debate current libel laws, but there is no federal libel statute.
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11 Men Are Trying To Get Out Of Gitmo By Using Trump's Own Words Against Him
"Trump has explicitly endorsed indefinite detention rather than a detention 'informed by the laws of war,'" lawyers argued in a new legal filing.
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