[Contact]

Daily breaking news

πŸ”’
❌ About FreshRSS
There are new available articles, click to refresh the page.
Today β€” December 14th 2019Your RSS feeds

$625,000 Settlement for Woman Whose Child Was Torn From Her Arms

By Nikita Stewart

Jazmine Headley sued over a confrontation with New York City workers that was captured in a widely seen video.

Yesterday β€” December 13th 2019Your RSS feeds

Military Families Say Base Housing Is Plagued by Mold and Neglect

By John Ismay

The private corporations that control almost all family housing on American military bases have every incentive to skimp on maintenance, critics say.

Before yesterdayYour RSS feeds

Edna Smith Primus, Lawyer in Pivotal Rights Case, Dies at 75

By Sam Roberts

She successfully challenged a professional reprimand and in the process helped redefine free speech rights for lawyers and advocacy groups.

Weinstein and His Accusers Reach Tentative $25 Million Deal

By Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor

A proposed settlement would end nearly every lawsuit filed by the Hollywood producer’s alleged victims, without his having to admit wrongdoing or pay anything to the women.

U.S. Troops Could Soon Be Able to Sue Over Medical Blunders

By Dave Philipps

A must-pass spending bill in Congress would loosen the Feres doctrine, a bar to suing the government for injuries sustained on active duty. It is named for a heroic World War II paratrooper.

DeVos Tries Again to Cut Debt Relief for Students Who Were Misled

By Stacy Cowley

The latest effort to rework a program for borrowers whose schools broke the law drew an immediate promise of a court challenge.

Britt McHenry, Fox Nation Host, Sues Fox News, Alleging Sexual Harassment

By Liam Stack

Britt McHenry, who hosts a show on the Fox Nation streaming service, accused her former co-host, Tyrus, of sexually harassing her and said that Fox News failed to respond appropriately to her claims.

The Airline Industry’s Sexism Problem

By Galen Sherwin

For pilots and flight attendants, work and motherhood have long been treated as incompatible. We’re hoping to change that.

New York Deepens Its Investigation Into the N.R.A.

By Danny Hakim

A new subpoena from the state attorney general seeks, among other things, records related to campaign finance and to the gun group’s charitable arm.

Cheerleader Punished for Taking a Knee Is Awarded $145,000

By Derrick Bryson Taylor

Kneeling during the national anthem is a “completely appropriate protest” that should have been protected by Kennesaw State University, a lawyer for the student said.

PG&E Reaches $13.5 Billion Deal With Wildfire Victims

By Ivan Penn, Lauren Hepler and Peter Eavis

The agreement could help tens of thousands of residents rebuild while helping to resolve the utility’s bankruptcy.

PG&E Reaches $13.5 Billion Deal With Wildfire Victims

By Ivan Penn, Lauren Hepler and Peter Eavis

The agreement could help tens of thousands of residents rebuild while helping to resolve the utility’s bankruptcy.

Troubled Children’s Hospital Is Sued Over Toddler Who Died After Surgery

By Ellen Gabler

North Carolina Children’s Hospital and several of its doctors are accused of failing to warn parents about known problems within the pediatric heart surgery program.

Texas Judge Blocks Construction of Private Border Wall, for Now

By Neil Vigdor

A Hidalgo County judge ruled that the privately built wall on the banks of the Rio Grande would pose “irreparable harm” to a nearby butterfly conservancy.

After Fighting Hasidic Housing, a Small Town Faces a Backlash

By Sharon Otterman

“We are not anti-Semites,” said the former supervisor of Chester, N.Y., responding to a suit filed by New York’s attorney general.

19 Women Sue Lyft as Sexual Assault Allegations Mount

By Maria Cramer

Dozens of women have joined lawsuits against the ride-sharing company, saying it has not done enough to prevent assaults by drivers.

❌