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Barr fields questions on Mueller probe, independence from Trump at attorney general confirmation hearing

During the hearing, New York Times reporter ... Such laws would help supplement background checks to ensure people with mental illnesses could not obtain a gun, Barr said. “This is the single most imp... read more

Target settles suit claiming its hiring system discriminated

NEW YORK — Target ... said she told Target personnel during interviews that she had a 10-year-old misdemeanor conviction. According to the lawsuit, she received a conditional job offer that depended o... read more

Panel examines role of credit checks in hiring

The meeting is part ... all background investigations." According to a report from the Society for Human Resource Management, 13 percent of organizations conduct credit checks on all job candidates, 4... read more

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Child camps tightly regulated by state

They do ... a part-time day camp, it still falls under state Health Department guidelines. Steve Lovering, the town’s recreation director, said the state requirements for operation of children’s camps ... read more

While Montana school boards can put guns in schools, very few choose to arm educators

They said no. And after reviewing research that showed New York City Police had ... training, background checks and police coordination. A pair of public meetings were held discussing the proposal, an... read more

The Do's & Don'ts of First Aid Compliance

These books vary drastically in both price and content, but several are available for well under $100. Be sure the book you choose is clearly indexed and provides easy guides and diagrams. Many publis... read more

The Morning Risk Report: Communications Challenge for France’s Orange

Charles Rettig, a California tax lawyer who specializes in defending wealthy clients in complex cases, is poised to get the job, the WSJ reports. DATA SECURITY Credit-reporting agencies operating in N... read more

Why It’s So Hard to Stop Bad Cops From Getting New Police Jobs

But bad cops can and do find work in law enforcement. Decertified police have repeatedly slipped through the cracks to find new ... of police "employment termination data" to allow for law enforcement ... read more

Updates on Connecticut Shooting Aftermath

Quickly growing from a happy, bouncing baby who clung tightly to her stuffed lamb into an enthusiastic, loving little girl who always wanted to do and ... told The New York Times last week. Ms. Sherla... read more

Fewer guns doesn't mean less crime

The letter to the editor that asks us to “examine the fantasy of firearm self-defense” was filled with many generalizations, and few facts. They quoted the medical journal PEDIATRICS as saying that 1, ... read more

Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid: ID Theft Protectors Want to Scare the Money from Your Wallet

Credit reporting agencies—whose core business is to track consumer credit histories used in loan approvals and other background checks—are ... what they should do, exactly, and if it's necessary to pa... read more

New Report Details Cumbersome Procurement Practices in Big-City Districts

The report by the center, based at the University of Washington, Bothell, was based in part on interviews with district officials in several major school districts: Chicago, Cleveland, the District of ... read more

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