Harvard University’s legal battle with the Trump administration over a new government rule barring visas for foreign students taking online-only classes in the U.S. features some all-nighter deadlines.
A federal trial judge in Indiana blocked what was set to be the first federal execution in 17 years scheduled for July 13, saying the government didn’t properly take into account victim family members’ concerns of attending the execution during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The National Labor Relations Board’s in-house union has called upon the agency to rescind its new guidelines for conducting in-person union elections during the coronavirus pandemic, complaining the protocols were developed unilaterally and put agency staff and the public at risk.
Industry lobbyists are pushing Congress to expand Covid-19 relief tax breaks that provided a liquidity bump to some of the nation’s largest retailers, as the pandemic has shuttered long-struggling shopping malls across the U.S.
Telehealth Is Booming During Covid. Is it Here to Stay?
Millions of Americans have taken advantage of telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic, so why has it taken so long for widespread adoption?