At issue is whether two family-owned companies are entitled to a religious exemption from the requirement that employers cover birth control as part of worker-insurance plans.
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As the final hours of Malaysian Air Flight 370 remain wrapped in mystery, the question of who bears full liability for the jet’s disappearance is also unresolved.Read More »
The Supreme Court's ruling in Rosemond v. U.S. also provided the most detailed analysis of aiding and abetting liability in decades, which will likely serve as guidance for judges and attorneys in cases involving other state and federal complicity laws.Read More »
The Hollywood Reporter tells us that the league has now upped its nearly-two-year-old $1.5 million lawsuit against the rapper M.I.A. to $16.6 million in damages for having flipped the bird at halftime of Super Bowl XLVI in 2012.Read More »
Raising money is the least — and the most — Obama can do for Democratic candidates in a tough midterm election this year.Read More »
Arizona and Kansas can require anyone registering to vote by mail to provide proof of U.S. citizenship, a federal judge said, overturning a decision by the national commission responsible for drafting a standard, countrywide mailed registration form.Read More »
The odds that Congress will pass an increase in the U.S. minimum wage before the November elections are so low that even the nation’s lobbyists are largely ignoring it.Read More »