Coastal residents in New Jersey and New York must either elevate their homes or face soaring insurance premiums.
It faces a $10 million lawsuit as residents above its first proposed location in the city call its patrons 'drunk, disorderly, violent and criminal.'
Despite telecom and Internet company denials about sharing data with intelligence agencies, the Prism program makes it clear that privacy only exists offline -- way offline.
Companies' tax dodges result in the biggest drop in wages since the 1940s, and the numbers may be a sign of things to come.
Even critics say strikes and protests are transforming the company for the better.
A housing group gets $27 million after saying that the bank took better care of seized properties in white communities than in those that were predominantly black or Latino.
A study finds slaughtering line employees are in a lot of pain -- just as the USDA proposes picking up the pace.
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