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As US reopens, businesses want protections from lawsuits

As US reopens, businesses want protections from lawsuits

Wando Evans, who worked overnight shifts at a Walmart near Chicago, passed away in March from COVID-19. His family blames the company and is suing the retail giant for negligence.The case, believed to be the first wrongful death lawsuit over coronavirus, comes

'Shocked' US women stars to appeal equal pay defeat

'Shocked' US women stars to appeal equal pay defeat

Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan said the US women's national team will appeal against defeat in their equal pay lawsuit on Monday, describing the judge's ruling in the case as "shocking".In a widely unexpected decision on Friday, Judge Gary Klausner rejecte

'Shocked' US women stars to appeal equal pay defeat

'Shocked' US women stars to appeal equal pay defeat

Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan said the US women's national team will appeal against defeat in their equal pay lawsuit on Monday, describing the judge's ruling in the case as "shocking".In a widely unexpected decision on Friday, Judge Gary Klausner rejecte

FIFA proposes five substitutes when play resumes

FIFA proposes five substitutes when play resumes

FIFA said on Monday it is proposing five substitutions per match when football resumes, to help players cope with the increase in the number of games. The world governing body has sent its proposal to the International Board (IFAB), the guardian of the laws of

FIFA proposes five substitutes when play resumes

FIFA proposes five substitutes when play resumes

FIFA said on Monday it is proposing five substitutions per match when football resumes, to help players cope with the increase in the number of games. The world governing body has sent its proposal to the International Board (IFAB), the guardian of the laws of

US top court avoids ruling on closely watched gun rights case

US top court avoids ruling on closely watched gun rights case

The US Supreme Court on Monday turned down the opportunity to rule on a constitutionally important gun rights case, deciding that a challenge to New York City's firearms laws -- the first such case before them in nearly a decade -- was moot and did not requir