Summer Internships – Good for FCC EEO Credit, But Be Careful of Wage and Hour Law Implications

As summer approaches, many stations are preparing for the arrival of summer interns.

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Apple vs. law enforcement, round two

The tech giant and the law enforcement community will square off again over encryption this morning before the House...

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What the Little Sisters of the Poor Case Could Mean for Religious Liberty

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case Wednesday that pitts nuns from The Little Sisters of the Poor against Obamacare's birth control...

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Amicus Brief in Little Sisters Cites Government's Failure to Consider Serious Health Risks to Women

NAPA, Calif., Jan. 8, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Life Legal Defense Foundation and the Bioethics Defense Fund filed a joint amicus brief...

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IRS won't require nonprofits to collect Social Security numbers

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is backing down from a controversial rule that would have pressured nonprofits to collect the Social Security numbers of their donors.

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Little Sisters Ask Supreme Court for Protection From Obama Admin: 'Don't Make Us Pick Between Faith and the Poor'

Catholic organization Little Sisters of the Poor pleaded with the U.S. Supreme Court not to force it to choose between helping the poor and abiding by its faith...

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Alabama Chief Justice Says Judges Must Uphold Sanctity of Marriage Amendment

MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. 6, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ -- Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore issued an administrative order today...

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Judge allows class-action lawsuit against Yahoo

A federal judge has ruled that Sprint customers can pursue a class-action lawsuit against Yahoo over automated text messages...

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Obama Administration files brief with Supreme Court opposing Texas pro-life law

Yesterday the Obama Administration filed a friend-of-the-court brief with the Supreme Court in support of a challenge to portions of HB2, the 2013 Texas omnibus pro-life measure.

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Pharmacists Required to Sell Abortion-Inducing Drugs Appeal to Supreme Court

A group of pharmacists appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court in an attempt to receive religious liberty protection from a Washington state law mandating...

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