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‘The military’s #MeToo moment:’ Fort Hood victims speak out

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Maria Valentine says she was just months into her training at Fort Hood, a U.S. Army base in Texas, in 2006 when a sergeant with a history of alleged…

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After woman confirms affair, her husband calls on Cunningham to drop out of NC Senate race

The husband of the woman who confirmed an extramarital affair with Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Cal Cunningham said he should drop out of the North Carolina race. Jeremy Todd…

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Think you have it tough? Special ed students, and their parents, suffer without school to turn to

Syracuse, N.Y. — Thomas Greene put his backpack on every morning this spring and waited. He’d stand at the front door for hours. He’d bang on the glass to get out. “Bus!…

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Spike in bankruptcies set to explode as pandemic continuest

ALBANY — A year ago, Semblence Medspa and owner Dr. Farah Sajid were on a roll. Dr. Sajid, who had previously worked as a pediatrician at the Troy Pediatric Health Center, was…

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State Attorney General’s Office impaneling grand jury to investigate Daniel Prude’s death

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — The State Attorney General’s Office is impaneling a grand jury to investigate Daniel Prude’s death. The jury is not seated yet. Wednesday,…

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Expert: State, federal laws protect healthcare workers seeking to report employer violations

Founding Partner Greg T. Rinckey weighs in on whistleblower protections for healthcare workers amid COVID-19. Read…

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Medical exemptions from in-person learning: Which teachers qualify?

Working for the federal government as it reopens offices during the Covid-19 pandemic offers advantages unavailable to private sector employees. But that doesn’t necessarily…

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Paid not to work: burden or opportunity?

In order to try and stem a wave of coronavirus-induced unemployment, governments around the world introduced job retention schemes. Many of these are being rolled back or…

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When Uncle Sam’s Your Boss, Returning to Work Isn’t the Same

Working for the federal government as it reopens offices during the Covid-19 pandemic offers advantages unavailable to private sector employees. But that doesn’t necessarily…

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NRA strikes back against New York attorney general, claims lawsuit was political attack

ALBANY N.Y. (WRGB) – New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Thursday she has filed a lawsuit to dissolve the National Rifle Association. The lawsuit charges the…

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