New federal data show more than 60,000 confirmed Covid-19 cases and nearly 26,000 deaths were reported at nursing homes that accept Medicare and Medicaid patients, the Trump administration announced Monday.
States will have less time and no reasons other than water quality concerns to try to block energy infrastructure projects requiring federal licenses and permits—including oil and natural gas pipelines— under a final EPA rule released Monday.
The family of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., a black, mentally ill man killed in his White Plains, N.Y., apartment during a police confrontation in 2011, had its civil rights claims of excessive force reinstated by the Second Circuit on Monday.
Psychological distress triggered by the coronavirus pandemic could force employers to address the legally murky area of whether leave is a reasonable accommodation.
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