The incoming Biden administration is preparing to install at least 20 Democratic workplace policy experts in temporary roles throughout the Labor Department, starting on Wednesday, but some are still waiting for their paperwork to be approved.
The Supreme Court will hear just two arguments to wrap up the January sitting but has been busy—and divided— as it issued orders on executions and medication abortion access during the Covid-19 pandemic.
California agencies including the state’s Board of Registered Nursing don’t have to produce data related to opioid prescriptions, complaints, and deaths as part of the state’s deceptive marketing suit against pharmaceutical companies, a state appeals court said Friday.
In a dramatic account of the siege at the Capitol, U.S. prosecutors in Arizona claimed Thursday that rioters had sought to “capture and assassinate” elected officials, but retracted the assertion a day later.
Michigan State University was hit with a proposed class action in federal court Friday by female student-athletes who say the school violated Title IX when it eliminated its women’s swimming and diving teams, leaving players in limbo.