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A Federal Appeals Court Has Ruled in Favor of a Fired Hospital Employee

A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of an Ellsworth hospital employee who was fired for writing a letter to a weekly newspaper about a labor dispute at the hospital. In its decision issued Wednesday, the federal First Circuit appeals … Continue reading

The Daily Caller Is Suing the Chicago Mayor Over Her Policy of Limiting Interviews to Journalists of Color

The Daily Caller News Foundation and one of its reporters is suing Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D) over her policy of granting one-on-one media interviews only to people of color. The lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of … Continue reading

Three Human Trafficking Task Force Deputies Accuse Their Superiors of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

Three former and current Harris County deputy constables allege they were being sexually exploited, molested and harassed by their superiors while assigned to a human trafficking task force, according to a federal civil lawsuit filed Monday. The female officers — … Continue reading

Oklahoma Stands Divided Over Its Antiracism Education Ban a Week Ahead of the Tulsa Massacre Centennial

A century after white rioters razed the heart of Tulsa’s thriving Black community, Oklahoma is now swept up in a national culture war over how schools teach kids about racism and sexism. A new state law will soon bar educators from … Continue reading

A State Appeals Court Has Ruled Against a Former Reserve Police Officer Who Alleged Age Discrimination

The state Appeals Court has ruled in favor of the town in an age-discrimination lawsuit filed by a former reserve police officer. The court Friday upheld a Norfolk Superior Court judge’s decision to dismiss the lawsuit filed by former reserve … Continue reading

A New Lawsuit Alleges That Tesla Fired an Employee to Hide Copper Thefts

A lawsuit filed by a former Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: (TSLA)) employee claims he was fired because of his reports that copper was being stolen from the company’s battery plant near Reno, Nevada. The former employee, Lynn Thompson, says he was fired because the company’s … Continue reading

Business Mogul and Comedian Byron Allen’s Companies File a Racial Discrimination Suit Against McDonald’s

Two companies owned by an African American US business mogul have sued McDonald’s alleging the fast-food giant discriminates again Black-owned media companies. The suit was filed in the Superior Court of California and seeks $10 billion in damages. It is … Continue reading

A Former Employee of the New York Giants Has Sued the Organization for Violence in the Workplace and Retaliation

A lawsuit was filed against the New York Giants by their former video director in the fallout following an alleged physical altercation involving two other employees at the team’s facility. Dave Maltese was fired in March for what the suit describes as … Continue reading

A City in Iowa Will Pay $1.8 Million to Settle a Gender Discrimination Lawsuit Against a Local Police Department

The city of Dubuque will pay more than $1.8 million to settle a gender discrimination lawsuit brought by a former police captain who accused the city and police chief of fostering a culture of sexism in the department. The city … Continue reading

An Oklahoma-Based Energy Company Has Emerged from Bankruptcy

Oklahoma City-based Gulfport Energy Corp. is back (from bankruptcy). On Tuesday, the company announced it successfully completed a restructuring process to emerge from chapter 11 protection with a new interim CEO, a new board and significantly less debt. It is among numerous Oklahoma-based energy … Continue reading