Their lobby group, known as FratPAC, is wielding influence on Capitol Hill to advance the collegiate social system's interests.
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The oil company recently gained that right in court. The judge who ruled says the First Amendment has nothing to do with it.
A Benedictine abbey's battle against a Louisiana statute restricting such sales to funeral directors could reach the Supreme Court.
California cities and counties are trying to get help paying for damage and cleanup. But even overwhelming evidence that lead harms kids hasn't swayed the courts so far.
A class action claims the company's denture adhesive causes serious health problems. But P&G questions the plaintiffs' research.
The media giant is the latest in its industry to get accused of taking unfair advantage of unpaid labor.
The lawsuit alleges that the yoga apparel manufacturer covered up just how sheer the pants were in an attempt to cut costs.
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