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Massachusetts attorney general files civil rights lawsuit against white nationalist group – News21USA

BOSTON– The Massachusetts attorney general filed a lawsuit accusing a white nationalist group of civil rights violations, saying it repeatedly subjected LGBTQ+ events and facilities that house immigrant families to intimidation and harassment. The complaint filed Thursday against NSC-131 and two of its leaders, Christopher Hood of Newburyport and Liam McNeil of Waltham, accuses the […]

FILE - A Frontier Airlines plane waits on a runway for departure from Denver International Airport, Sept. 1, 2023, in Denver.  Frontier Airlines has settled a lawsuit filed on behalf of pilots who said the airline discriminated against pregnant and lactating employees.  In the agreement announced Tuesday, December 5, 2023, Frontier will allow pilots to express breast milk in the cockpit during “non-critical phases” of flights.  (News21USA Photo/David Zalubowski, File)
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Frontier Airlines Settles Lawsuit Filed by Pilots Alleging Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Prejudice – News21USA

DENVER– Frontier Airlines has settled a lawsuit brought by pilots who accused the airline of discriminating against pregnant or lactating employees. In the agreement announced Tuesday, Frontier will allow pilots to express breast milk in the cockpit during “non-critical phases” of flights. The Denver-based airline also agreed to allow pilots who are breastfeeding to reduce

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Whistleblower says utility should refund $382 million in federal aid given to failed clean coal plant – News21USA

ATLANTA (News21USA) — A former employee is suing to force a Mississippi utility to refund $382 million the federal government gave to build a failed coal-fired power plant. Kelli Williams, a former construction manager for Atlanta-based Southern Co., filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the company and its subsidiary Mississippi Power Co. in 2018. That lawsuit,

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US regulators sue SolarWinds and its security chief for alleged cyber negligence before Russian attack

U.S. regulators on Monday sued SolarWinds, a Texas-based technology company whose software was breached in a massive 2020 Russian cyberespionage campaign, for fraud by failing to disclose security deficiencies before the surprising attack. The company’s top security executive was also named in the lawsuit filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission that seeks unspecified civil

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