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The deputy chief was accused in a lawsuit — that the city eventually settled — of denying a nursing mother’s request to pump while she was on the job.
Still, a staff attorney for the ACLU, said a fire department that has spent decades in the Dark Ages has a “long way to go.”
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Experts say journalism in itself can be a form of therapy for reporters who must tell the truth of their trauma, or the trauma of their communities.
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The message from the Bryan Stevenson, the keynote speaker was one of “changing the narrative.”
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Hof celebrated his win at a party in Pahrump, Nevada, with “Hollywood Madam” Heidi Fleiss at his side.
Japan’s parental leave system is relatively generous by international standards — at least, on paper.
In a large study of company wellness programs, e-cigarettes worked no better than traditional stop-smoking tools.
As costs soar and insurance shrinks, hospitals and patient advocates are rushing to offer more help to patients who lack financial counseling.
Two women filed a federal lawsuit stating AT&T Mobility violated federal anti-discrimination laws by firing them for pregnancy-related absences.
On Sunday, Guild members sent a letter to the their Tribune colleagues announcing the informing them that their own will be recognized by Tronc.