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Hollywood's Hijack of the #MeToo Movement Feb. 14, 2019

Armstrong Williams

The powerful #MeToo movement was established to address real injustices suffered by women — an... Read More

Fighting for What Is Right Feb. 14, 2019

At Work

Q: I have been a (100 percent) successful commissioned outside sales representative for the last 10 ... Read More

Sackler Family Donations Carry Taint of Lives Destroyed by Purdue Opioids Feb. 14, 2019

Daily Editorials

The Sackler family name, once synonymous with philanthropy benefiting elite institutions, is now mor... Read More

Law Should Reflect Today's Medical and Societal Advances on HIV Feb. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

Under current Missouri law, a person who has tested positive for HIV can face serious legal conseque... Read More

Short Takes on Judges Who Talk First, Think Later Feb. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

Red-Faced Blackface Gucci has pulled from shelves its "blackface sweater," which was pretty much exa... Read More

The Thorny Problem of Finding Who's to Blame for Drug Overdoses Feb. 08, 2019

C Force

As prescription and illicit opioid overdose deaths continue to rise in the United States, lawsuits a... Read More

No Such Thing as a Slam-Dunk Lawsuit Feb. 07, 2019

At Work

Q: Could a potential employee who is asked to sign a non-compete employment agreement just sign the ... Read More

High Cash Bail Without Due Process Violates Defendants' Fundamental Rights Feb. 04, 2019

Daily Editorials

If America's constitutional principle of justice had to be boiled down to four words, they would be:... Read More

Subpoena for Trump's Translator Could Yield Blowback for Future Presidents Jan. 31, 2019

Daily Editorials

Democrats on Capitol Hill have every reason to dig and probe to determine the extent of potential co... Read More

Stop Cleaning Up Her Messes Jan. 30, 2019

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I have a 40-year-old daughter who is lazy. When she injures herself, has surgery or is s... Read More

Sex Offender Registry Afoul of Constitution Jan. 28, 2019

Daily Editorials

Michigan lawmakers seem keen on making important reforms to the state's criminal justice system, whi... Read More

You No Longer Have the Right to a Trial by Jury Jan. 25, 2019

Ted Rall

I was wronged. All I wanted was a trial by jury. Is this still America? No. America is dead. Apparen... Read More

More Self-Inflicted Presidential Legal Woes Jan. 24, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week, the investigative arm of BuzzFeed sparked a media frenzy with a report claiming that two ... Read More

All Suffer From Bad Hire Jan. 24, 2019

At Work

Q: I am a human resources professional (independent contractor) who was offered the full-time positi... Read More

Ruling Upholding Discrimination Against Lesbian Couple Screams for Challenge Jan. 18, 2019

Daily Editorials

A federal judge on Wednesday chose to interpret the absolute letter of the law in her reading of the... Read More

Our Devices Getting Creepier, Nosier and More Invasive Jan. 16, 2019

Daily Editorials

Electronic gadgets are now part of all of our lives — from the handheld devices we carry and c... Read More

China's Commercial Spies Encounter Blowback Jan. 16, 2019

Austin Bay

The past year has witnessed an overdue international response to China's rapacious military espionag... Read More

A National Emergency Might Backfire on Trump Jan. 13, 2019

Steve Chapman

If you can't stop someone from doing something you dislike, you can always hope he or she will event... Read More

Never Skip an Attorney Review Before Signing a Contract Dec. 27, 2018

At Work

Q: My new employer asked me to sign an employment agreement that has a non-compete clause in it and ... Read More

The President's Legal Woes Continue to Grow Dec. 20, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

It seems that every time we look at the legal maneuverings that reflect upon President Donald Trump,... Read More