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Phoenix Mayor Apologizes After Officers Draw Guns on Family Over Report of Stolen Doll

By Mihir Zaveri and Sandra E. Garcia

A family has taken the first step to file a lawsuit against Phoenix police after they say officers threatened to shoot them during a shoplifting investigation.

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Women Who Sued Makers of Pelvic Mesh Are Suing Their Own Lawyers, Too

By Matthew Goldstein

With nearly $8 billion paid out in mesh settlements, some women contend the lawyers who represented them took too much.

Why America’s Most Famous Flag Burner Is Celebrating This Flag Day

By Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

Cleveland will pay $225,000 to Gregory L. Johnson, who claims police officers violated his rights. Those rights were established 30 years ago in a Supreme Court case that bears his name.

Groundwork Is Laid for Opioids Settlement That Would Touch Every Corner of U.S.

By Jan Hoffman

Each locality in the country, from small towns to major cities, would receive a payout in a settlement with the companies who made, distributed and sold opioids.

Groundwork Is Laid for Opioids Settlement That Would Touch Every Corner of U.S.

By Jan Hoffman

Each locality in the country, from small towns to major cities, would receive a payout in a settlement with the companies who made, distributed and sold opioids.

Judges Give Both Sides a Grilling in Youth Climate Case Against the Government

By John Schwartz

Three judges heard arguments in a closely watched lawsuit brought by young people to compel the federal government to take action on climate change.

London Fire Survivors Sue in Unlikely Place: Philadelphia Court

By Benjamin Mueller

Hundreds of survivors and relatives of victims in the Grenfell Tower fire sued makers of the flammable cladding and insulation that fed the blaze, one of which has its headquarters in Pennsylvania.

Can You Tell a Friend You Wanted to Give Her a Kidney but Couldn’t?

By Kwame Anthony Appiah

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on revealing good intentions you couldn’t carry out, doing business with a company sued for discrimination — and more.

New Evidence of Age Bias in Hiring, and a Push to Fight It

By Patricia Cohen

Digital recruiting is leaving more of a forensic trail in discrimination cases. But a wave of litigation is running up against higher legal hurdles.

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