Mark’s Pizzeria has reached a tentative $1.7 million settlement with employees who filed a class-action lawsuit against the company. The deal resolves a complaint filed in August 2015 claiming food delivery drivers ostensibly being paid minimum wage or slightly more ...Read More »
A group of almost 200 Democratic lawmakers filed a federal lawsuit challenging profits that President Donald Trump’s global businesses have taken in from foreign entities. Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Michigan Rep. John Conyers are filing a complaint in U.S. ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Jeff Sessions gave more than two hours of sometimes heated testimony Tuesday, with Democrats demanding details of matters including conversations with President Donald Trump, interactions with the Russian ambassador and the firing of FBI Director James ...Read More »
A Canandaigua woman convicted of arson and other charges will get a new trial because of prosecutorial misconduct in the case. Shallamar L. Hayward-Crawford was convicted in August 2014 of one count of third-degree arson, two counts of fourth-degree arson, ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified Tuesday that if the president ordered him to fire the special counsel handling the Russia investigation, he would only comply if the request was “lawful and appropriate.” Rosenstein was answering questions from ...
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SAN FRANCISCO — Another appeals court, another defeat for the Trump administration. The San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday refused to reinstate President Donald Trump’s executive order banning travelers from six mostly Muslim countries. A three-judge ...Read More »