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A former legal assistant for Kirkland & Ellis who says she was laid off shortly after returning from brain surgery is accusing the law firm of age and disability discrimination in a new lawsuit filed in California.
A former FBI lawyer agreed Friday to plead guilty to falsifying a document that was part of a broad investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, in the first criminal charge under an inquiry into whether government officials committed wrongdoing.
Climate change is poised to thaw and undermine the soil beneath ConocoPhillips’ proposed Willow oil drilling project on Alaska’s North Slope, making its rigs and roads vulnerable to the same global warming the project will be aggravating.
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