Businesses have little to fear from the government’s workplace safety office.
Some states and school districts provide detailed data on school outbreaks. Others choose to keep such information under wraps.
A Texas family tried to ward off the virus. But as cases in the state soared and debates about masks and distancing raged, there was only so much they could control.
The judge questioned whether the women involved in the proposed $25 million settlement constituted a legal class. And he called $12 million to be allotted to Mr. Weinstein’s and his former film company directors’ legal fees “obnoxious.”
Dr. Lorna Breen was unflappable — until she faced a new enemy.
Boohoo was one of the fastest-growing retailers in Britain. Now the company is in trouble after revelations about working conditions in supplier factories.
Most universities plan to bring students back to campus. But many of their teachers are concerned about joining them.
As the city entered Phase 2 of reopening, subway cars and sidewalks were relatively empty as many companies kept workers home.
The court said the language of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination, applies to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
“If people have to stay six feet apart and have to wear masks, why are we bringing them back?”
The surgical masks used in risky settings like hospitals offer much less protection against the coronavirus, an analysis found.
Years of neglect have hobbled many Mexican hospitals. Now, as the pandemic strikes, some patients are dying from neglect or from mistakes that are easily prevented, doctors and nurses say.