Athletes are legendary trash talkers. But the business groups that howl about bogus lawsuits and plaintiff lawyers who claim to fight for ordinary folks victimized by corporations aren’t exactly slouches either. Exhibit A is “Judicial Hellholes.” It’s a yearly broadside from the foundation arm of the American Tort Reform Association, or ATRA, listing … [Read more...] about With Smack-Talking Invective, Lawyer Groups Appeal to Public as One Big Jury Pool
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Health Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByChristina Caron July 14, 2018 For as long as there have been babies, there have been debates over how to feed them. Wet nursing, which began as early as 2000 B.C., was once a widely accepted option for … [Read more...] about Breast-Feeding or Formula? For Americans, It’s Complicated
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Well Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by We put the question to Times readers: What are your kids doing this summer? Here are some answers. ByFrancesca Donner Director of the Gender Initiative at The Times July 12, 2018 This was the summer I vowed … [Read more...] about How Parents Solve Summer
Catching you up on overnight happenings, and what to know today.• The rain continues, with thunderstorms possible today, and a high temperature in the upper 80s, according to 10Weather WTSP. Saturday and Sunday both bring a 30 percent chance of rain.• As you head out for your morning commute, check out our live blog for the latest traffic updates and road conditions … [Read more...] about The Daystarter: How Mustang in Bayshore crash could go 102 mph; service animals’ cause controversy; hurricane season starts today; would Rick Scott really shake up Washington?
Brian Potaczek recently bought his first box of Girl Scout cookies, a small act full of meaning for the 31-year-old from just outside Phoenix.A few years ago, he was addicted to opioids and in jail. Today Potaczek is an electrician with a steady job, earning enough money to do what many middle-class Americans do: Buy Girl Scout cookies and take his mom out for coffee.Potaczek … [Read more...] about Analysis: He went from jail to a $22-an-hour job. How can America get more stories like this?