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New Class Action Lawsuit Against McDonald’s Alleges Widespread Sexual Harassment

A former employee of a Michigan McDonald's franchise has filed a class action lawsuit in state court alleging a "culture of sexual harassment" at the company, and seeking $5 million in damages for the purported class members. If the case moves forward as a class action, over four dozen women who have worked at the restaurant in question could join the lawsuit. Read More.

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The New York Times, November 18, 2019

The attorney general wrapped his maximalist vision of executive power around an embattled president.


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The New York Times, November 18, 2019

John Roberts blocked an appeals court ruling requiring disclosure of the records while the Supreme Court considers how to proceed.


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