Legal & Regulatory

UAW Challenges Mercedes-Benz Unionization Vote at Alabama Plant, Accuses Company of Intimidation

The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is disputing the results of last week's organizing vote for Mercedes-Benz workers in Alabama, in which workers voted against union representation.


Louisiana Becomes First US State to Criminalize 'Dangerous' Abortion Pills Possession

Louisiana made history as it passed a bill criminalizing the possession of abortion pills without a valid prescription...

JPMorgan Chase Ordered to Pay $100 Million for CFTC Trade Reporting Violations

JPMorgan Chase & Co has been ordered to pay $100 million and admit to violating CFTC rules...

Uvalde Shooting Victims' Parents Sue Meta, Call of Duty Maker, and Gun Company for 'Promoting' Contents to Glorify Violence, Killing

Families in Uvalde, Texas, are suing Meta Platforms and the maker of the video game 'Call of Duty,' claiming the firms are responsible for the belongings used by the gunman who killed 19 elementary sc..


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Biden Administration Cancels 10% of Borrowers’ Student Loan; Here’s Who’s Next!
According to a recent report, the Biden administration has announced the cancellation of 10% of all student debt in its latest round of actions.
IRS Scrambles to Address Huge Gap in Audit Rates Between Black, Other Taxpayers
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that it has implemented measures to tackle the significant discrepancy in audit rates between different groups of taxpayers.
Amazon, Google Suspend Green Card Applications Amid Mass Layoffs in IT Departments
Amazon and Google have recently scaled back their green card applications due to the increasingly challenging process.
Canada Tightens Import Requirements Amid US Dairy Cattle Outbreak Over Avian Flu Virus
Canada is increasing its surveillance to detect a potentially harmful strain of avian flu amid the growing outbreak of H5N1 in US dairy cattle.
Joe Biden Expands Affordable Healthcare Coverage for DACA Immigrants
The administration of President Joe Biden has expanded access to affordable healthcare insurance for about 100,000 immigrants covered by DACA program.
Ex-Donald Trump Aide Testifies He Told Her to Deny Stormy Daniels Affair, Michael Cohen Paid the Porn Star Without Telling Him
Hope Hicks, once a top aide to Donald Trump, testified on Friday that the former president instructed her to deny his sexual encounter with porn star Stormy Daniels.
Chicago Teachers Union Urges New Contract, Including $95K Salary, 100% Abortion Coverage, and Migrant Housing Funding
Chicago Teachers Union has reached a new contract agreement with Chicago Public Schools, marking a notable departure from their strike action five years ago.
Boeing Gives Alaska Airlines $61 Million in Credit Memos to Compensate for Damages Caused by MAX 9 Grounding
Alaska Air Group disclosed on Friday that it received $61 million in supplier credit memos from Boeing.
Report: Florida's Ban on Lab-Grown Meat Fueled by Global Elite Conspiracy Theory
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a bill banning the sale of lab-grown meat, citing concerns over a conspiracy theory about "global elites" pushing for its consumption.
Trump Media's Auditor Ordered to Pay $14 Million Penalty Over Fraudulent Practices
The SEC charged an auditing firm linked to Trump Media with "massive fraud," resulting in over 1,500 filings being impacted and $14 million in penalties.
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