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This is false! While both terms basically refer to a person tasked with investigating legal breaches amid conflicts of interest in the government, different laws govern their appointment and operation.
On May 17, 2017, acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Robert Mueller Special Counsel to oversee the previously-confirmed
Yes! Those who publish or even repeat fake news stories can be sued in civil court for defamation.
Chobani Sues InfoWars for Fake News
Chobani, one of the most popular yogurt companies in America, claims that Alex Jones and Infowars intentionally pushed a false story that the company imported
How Would California Become the Country’s First Sanctuary State?
In 2013, California passed the Trust Act, which prevents jails from keeping someone in custody for immigration authorities after they are eligible for release. Many cities and counties in the state already have “sanctuary” policies.
Yes, assuming the President does not veto the bill ….
ISPs collect huge amounts of data on the websites people visit, including medical, financial and other personal information. An FCC regulation, passed in October 2016 and scheduled to take effect in December 2017, would have required ISPs to
Why Do Employers Want to Genetically Test Employees Anyway?
Workplace wellness programs, which offer workers a variety of incentives to monitor and improve their health, have become increasingly popular with companies. Under the Affordable Care Act, employers may discount health insurance premiums by up to 30 percent — and in
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Statements on Marijuana
Eight states have voted to legalize recreational marijuana. Twenty-nine states have legalized medical marijuana. Twenty-one states have decriminalized the drug. However, marijuana remains illegal under federal law as a Schedule 1 drug. Schedule 1 drugs are defined as having “no currently