The appeals court sided with a passengers' group that the FAA should reconsider a petition to regulate aircraft seat sizes.
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A privacy rights group is the latest plaintiff to lose a challenge to President Donald Trump's voter integrity commission.
Hackers may have used NSA tools to execute this week’s global cyberattack, but lawyers say it would be nearly impossible for the victims, which include law firms, to sue the agency.
Uber's gone on a lobbying bonanza, the SEC awarded a government employee for helping regulators with an enforcement action, and more.
Bass Pro Outdoor World LLC agreed to pay $10.5 million and bolster its efforts to hire a more diverse workforce at its retail stores that sell fishing, camping and hunting equipment, following a complaint brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The nationwide settlement, ending a long-running employment discrimination case, comes with more than a hefty price tag. Here's a look at the requirements imposed on the company.
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Leidos effectively doubled in size last year when it merged with Lockheed Martin's $5 billion information technology business, and the government services giant's lawyers have been working hard to ensure the process unfolded smoothly.
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