A new anti-terror law has been signed in France - one that human rights advocates say just makes the state of emergency permanent.
New rules expand the types of entities that can claim moral or religious exemptions to Obamacare's contraceptive mandate.
State Street Global Advisors agreed to pay a $5 million settlement over alleged pay discrimination against some female and black employees.
The six officers faced state-level charges in the case; three were acquitted, and charges against the other three were dropped.
After lower courts sided with the same-sex couple whom a Colorado baker refused to serve, the case is headed to the Supreme Court.
The gender pay gap may not close for more than 100 years. Experts look at how it's calculated and interpreted for women in the workforce.
Political consultant Steve Welchert and analyst Krista Kafer are in the hot seat for this week's Politics Unplugged.
Other changes include a reduced window for riders to cancel a ride and a bonus for picking up teens.
His comments were made during a meeting focused on diversity and moving on from the company's troubled past.
The company was rocked by several reports of mismanagement and a blind eye toward discrimination and sexual harassment.
The policy allows for transgender individuals currently serving in the Air Force to continue service, but not new admissions to active duty.
A tight rental market is making it tough for many to find a place to live, but one woman is finding it even more challenging after claiming a…