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  1. VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (“Title VII”) to prohibit sexual orientation discrimination. The States submitted this brief in a case brought by Mark Horton against Midwest...

  2. Credit: Diego M. Radzinschi / NLJ [/caption] Familiar dividing lines are taking shape in a new federal appeals court case from Missouri that confronts the scope of workplace protections for ...

  3. The three corporate titans said Wednesday that Gawande will lead an independent company focused on a mission they announced earlier this year: figure out ways to improve a broken and often inefficient ...

  4. GIPS’ Sheard one of five judges at state pageant

    Grand Island Independent7 days ago

    “I asked her, ‘What in the world qualified me to judge Miss Nebraska?’ She talked me into it.

  5. McALLEN, Texas (AP) — The Latest on Melania Trump's visit to a Texas facility housing migrant children (all times local):

  6. In selecting which letters to use in the film, Lusztig said that she strove to capture diversity in race, sexual orientation and geography, trying not to replicate Ms. magazine’s mostly ...

  7. New faces on chamber board

    McCook Daily Gazette1 day ago

    McCOOK, Neb. Incoming board members Terri Skolout, Lori Beeby and Jaime Sauder sat in on the McCook Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting earlier this week, as the trio prepares ...

  8. In 2010, Charlie Munger sent a $20,000 check to Atul Gawande after reading a New Yorker magazine article he had written about how the medical system in McAllen, Texas, viewed patients more as ...

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  10. What Trans Hysterics Reveal

    The American Conservative3 days ago

    New York magazine writer Jesse Singal has for some time been a voice of balance and sanity on the transgender issue. In The Atlantic, he just published a long, thoughtful report about what to ...

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