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Office holiday parties have always posed a liability for employers, as coworkers mix with one another with plenty of company-supplied alcohol. Sensitivity is running particularly high this year, though, as new sexual harassment allegations emerge against high-profile figures every day. Office holiday functions do serve a legitimate business purpose: They can boost morale and reward workers for jobs well done. "In a world where telecommuting and virtual work and the gig economy is structured...
State attorneys general, including in Illinois, are threatening lawsuits against the federal government's repeal of "net neutrality" rules.
Updated at 5:24 p.m. ET Opponents of special counsel Robert Mueller ramped up their attacks over the weekend with a new claim that he improperly collected thousands of emails from President Trump's transition team and is using them as an illegitimate basis for much of his investigation. Mueller's office said his team has obtained all the evidence it's using in its investigation properly. And Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed him, told Congress last week that he monitors...
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