After a long-fought battle, a New York judge recently gave contract drivers for rideshare companies Uber and Lyft the right to receive unemployment benefits. That state has 45 days to clear up the backlog of claims for these gig workers.
The postmaster general has temporarily backed off initiatives that many say would suppress mail-in voting.
The Miccosukee Tribe in Florida claims the U.S. Treasury Department cheated it out of millions in COVID-19 relief funds.
Just a few decades ago, Americans overwhelmingly thought marijuana should be illegal. But options have changed, and so have the laws.
Federal courts are charging too much for online access to public records, according to a recent ruling.
A recently launched investigation into Kodak’s $765 million government loan is more about its timing than the validity of the loan.
A GNC manager is suing the company, saying he was fired for enforcing a mask order. Bankruptcy laws may protect GNC.
The current controversy over the right to not wear a face mask is just the latest battle over government safety mandates.
A group of parents are suing the social media app TikTok, claiming it is illegally collecting and sharing identification information and sending it to China.
Exactly 100 years ago this month, the passage of the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. The Equal Rights Amendment, stating men and women shall have equal rights throughout the United States, introduced in Congress 97 years ago, however, has yet to pass.…