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Texas Supreme Court Differentiates Sexual Assault and Harassment in the Workplace

On February 24, 2017, the Texas Supreme Court (in B.C. v. Steak ‘n Shake Operations, Inc.) issued a much-awaited decision, ruling that employees

Know Seema Verma, New Head of Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services

Last Thursday morning, the Senate Finance Committee held a confirmation hearing for Seema Verma, the Trump administration’s pick to lead the Centers for

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What’s at Risk in GOP Health Plan

As Republicans look at ways to replace or repair the health law, many suggest shrinking the list of services insurers are required to

You do not owe taxes on debts discharged in bankruptcy

Q. I filed bankruptcy. I have now received a 1099 form from one of my creditors. Am I responsible for taxes on the

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Japan’s ‘fake food’ more appetising than the original

by Karyn Nishimura-Poupee TOKOROZAWA, Japan (AFP) – They may look good enough to eat, but Japan’s mouthwatering food replicas are only

The House GOP Obama Care Repeal and Replace Plan: Key Points

House Republicans introduced their proposal for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, with age-based tax credits at its centerpiece. The legislation would

Kansas City Shooting of Indians: Not Political Conspiracy but Act of a Deranged Xenophobe

by Chandra K. Mittal, Ph.D.

But for the evening shooting of Indians at Austins Bar and Grill in Olathe, Kansas, Wednesday,

You can sue in justice court for damage caused by a fender bender

Q. I had a small “fender-bender” with another motorist. Neither of us wanted to report the accident to our insurance company, so he