The Anne Arundel County branch of the NAACP is asking for a Justice Department to probe into the hiring and disciplinary practices of the county’s police department, saying black officers have reported disparate treatment.
Verizon will pay $20 million to resolve a lawsuit over its treatment of disabled employees who missed work as a result of their disability.
The Supreme Court sides with Wal-Mart, the nation’s largest employer, in a class action lawsuit launched by women who work there. The ruling could set a precedent for all big companies.
A U.S. District Court jury has denied a woman’s claim of sexual harassment and gender discrimination during Hagerstown Police Department training.
More than 20,000 Marylanders are living in nursing homes. One survey finds almost a quarter of them don’t think they need to be there, but they feel trapped.
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says the chances of a measure aimed at preventing discrimination against transgender residents passing in the Senate are “next to none.”
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has shelved a yearlong investigation into possible gender discrimination in college admissions.