Struggling to pay rising pension and health care costs, it has a plan to cut benefits -- which a court will have to rule on.
A deputy sheriff and five colleagues who got fired for 'liking' their boss's political rival get a favorable legal ruling.
A federal judge rules the mall retailer wrongly fired a Muslim employee for wearing a hijab, for the second time in 3 years.
A federal judge orders New York police officers to wear cameras. The stun gun company that makes those cameras is already reaping the benefits.
The tycoon is on the warpath after New York state's attorney general sued him for $40 million over 'fraudulent' advertising claims.
A federal judge told the chain to fix its entrances. Its parent company, Abercrobie & Fitch, is getting awfully familiar with such discrimination claims.
The woman at the center of a notorious 1987 New York City kidnapping case has ducked a defamation claim awarded to her accuser. That cost her 9% interest each year, but she won't owe anything if she recants.
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The IRS is struggling to combat identify thieves who file fraudulent tax returns in the names of older residents who don't need to file.