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Prosecution lays out benefits to Trump Organization from execs’ tax fraud

With closing arguments out of the way, a New York City jury will begin deliberating next week on whether the Trump Organization is criminally liable for years of tax evasion by several of the company’s top financial executives.

In sign of resilience, US labor market adds 263,000 jobs

The job market has so far been unfazed by the Federal Reserve’s aggressive efforts to put the brakes on economic growth.

Mexico to boost minimum wage by 20% in 2023

The pay increase will surely be welcomed by those struggling to make ends meet during record inflation, but experts say it could cause prices to rise even higher in the coming year.

$6.5 million wage settlement OK’d for exotic dancers in California

Given strip clubs had to close during the pandemic and weren't eligible for Covid relief money, a judge found $6.5 million is better than nothing because of bankruptcy.

Is slapping a mentally ill groper abuse?

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A federal judge in West Virginia dismissed the lawsuit brought by a former certified nursing assistant who violated her hospital’s policy against abusing residents when she smacked the hands of a patient, who has very limited mental capacity and inhibitions, who groped her breasts and vaginal area while she was caring for him. The slap was not a “protected activity in opposition to an unlawful workplace practice.”

Verdict watch begins in trial on corporate tax scheme at Trump Organization 

Defense arguments embraced two themes: that there was no intent to benefit the company, and that Trump's accountants dropped the ball.

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