A Christian charity for people voluntarily seeking to change sexual feelings is demanding Barclays Bank reinstate its account after winning a hefty settlement last month.
New York City passed a law governing AI-assisted hiring practices, mandating that businesses that use the tool must conduct a third-party "bias audit" to prevent discrimination.
Police in Washington, D.C., are searching for suspects who allegedly detonated explosive devices at three businesses in northeast D.C. early Sunday morning, according to a statement.
Barclays Bank agreed to pay more than £20,000 compensation in response to a lawsuit that alleged religious discrimination after they shuttered the bank account of a Christian nonprofit.
A grocery store in the San Francisco Bay Area has taken to installing metal gates at its entrance in an effort to deter rampant shoplifting that has spread throughout the city.
Executives at Planned Parenthood affiliates are among the highest-paid nonprofit CEOs in the U.S., according to a recent report from American Life League's STOPP International.
Marks & Spencer, a major British multinational retailer, is removing its "use-by" dates from milk in an effort to curb unnecessary waste from households who throw away good milk.
Christian finance guru Dave Ramsey has been hit with a $150 million class-action lawsuit for promoting a failed timeshare exit company that allegedly defrauded its customers.
Multiple transgender or non-binary gamers reportedly identify with Link, the male protagonist in the popular "Legend of Zelda" video game series that has sold millions of copies.