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Companies are now offering student loan assistance for its employees.
Milwaukee now ranks thirteen in the country with more student loan debt than mortgages.
A second coal company has filed for bankruptcy this month, and more companies are expected to follow.
List of locations for store closings for Fallas and Factory 2-U stores.
Latest updates to Form I-693 for adjustment of status and/or lawful permanent residents.
Per a district court ruling, Education Secretary Betsy Devos has to immediately implement the Borrower Protection Rule.
Cohabitation in Utah could result in alimony payments being modified.
The country’s largest wedding retailer is close to filing for bankruptcy.
Like many other states, Maine also has a student loan forgiveness program.
List of store locations closing for K-Mart due to Sears’ filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
A list of the stores closing so far due to Sears’ bankruptcy filing.
Sears has proceed to file for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy after not being able to meet its $134 million debt payment.
Westmoreland which has mines located in Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Ohio, North Dakota, Texas, and a coal-fired power plant in North Carolina, has filed for bankruptcy.
With a large upcoming debt payment due, Sears is close to filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Pending lawsuits focusing on the 2020 U.S. Census will result before Justice Kavanaugh and the U.S. Supreme Court.
President Trump’s border separation policy is resulting in children being adopted without their parents’ consent.
Updated list of locations being closed due to bankruptcy.
Mattress retailer filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, closing hundreds of stores before the holidays.
Following the lead of many states and cities, California is expunging past criminal records related to marijuana.
A $210 million settlement has been reached and approved by the bankruptcy court for victims of sexual abuse by the Archdiocese.
Besides the checkered past for “Michael the Black Man,” now he is prohibited from filing for bankruptcy for five years according to the Court’s ruling.
With society’s view changing on pets, courts in California now consider them as members of the family instead of property.
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline have been back in the media tabloids the last few months since Federline was requesting more child support.
Once again, the Trump administration is proposing new rules for immigrants applying for green cards if they have used public assistance in the past.
The Department of Education released data that shows how ineffective the student loan forgiveness program has been.
Attorney Generals from nineteen states plus the District of Columbia sued U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and the U.S. Department of Education for failing to implement a borrower protection rule.
Following in New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo footsteps, the California Department of Insurance sent a cease and desist order to the NRA (National Rifle Association) regarding it’s Carry Guard Insurance.
Ahsley Judd’s sexual harassment lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein has been dismissed, but she can proceed with her defamation lawsuit.
A federal judge struck down a California law that prohibited gun shops from displaying gun related ads as a violation of the First Amendment.
Courts throughout the country are experiencing one of two things: either immigration authorities fail to put a court date on the notice or a court date is listed without having it been scheduled with the courts.
When the divorce finalized, the mass shooting began.
Gawker is expected to relaunch in 2019 after having to file bankruptcy due to the Hulk Hogan lawsuit.
Employers routinely fire employees for testing positive for marijuana use even though marijuana is legal.
Les Moonves is the former Chief Executive of CBS even after resigning because of sexual harassment claims, may get a $120 million payout.
Celebrity Chef Mike Isabella has filed bankruptcy due to sexual harassment lawsuits.
The Mayor of Atlanta- Keisha Lance Bottoms has signed an executive order ending the city’s agreement with I.C.E.
Omar Enrique Santa-Perez opened fire at approximately 9 a.m. in the Fifth Third Center in downtown Cincinnati, killing four and wounding two others.
Now, the Trump administration is abandoning the court ruling and is looking to detain families until their case goes to court.
Levi’s will be donating more than $1 million over the next four years to nonprofits and youth activists that work to end gun violence.
Witnesses say as much as twenty shots were fired and law enforcement said multiple firearms were used, including rifles. Ten were shot, including a minor, and three men are in critical condition.
An argument at teen nightclub called WorkPlay resulted in seven being injured.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is opening the door for public schools to use federal funding to buy firearms.
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