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When Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr., chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, called a military judge's order "outrageous" earlier this week, they probably didn't intend to throw a wrench into the pending 9/11 military commission case.
The new Supreme Court term starts today, and sometime this fall the court will consider whether to hear challenges to the Affordable Care Act's requirement that health insurance provide coverage for contraception without a co-pay. Wait -- didn't that already happen, you ask?
When Gurdit Singh was offered a job in 2008 as a mail carrier at Walt Disney World, he was thrilled. On his first day, however, it quickly became apparent that his new job might not be the path to happily ever after he had imagined.
But anti-abortion groups are still unsatisfied with the new rule because it requires employers to give their insurers' contact
"This is latest step in the administration’s long retreat on the HHS Mandate," said Lori Windham, senior counsel for the
“This is part of ensuring that all women have access to contraception coverage," a senior administration official told HuffPost
In his opinion concurring with the Supreme Court's decision in the Hobby Lobby birth control case Monday, Justice Anthony Kennedy may have tipped his hand on a related group of lawsuits brought by nuns and religious nonprofits against the contraception mandate.
But Kennedy, who would likely be the swing vote in a future ruling in the Little Sisters case, indicated in his concurring
Take a look at these three ways to embrace ethnic and religious diversity at work during the holidays.