The Department of Labor (DOL) announced today that it is issuing a 247-page rule to increase wage levels significantly forRead more
On January 6, supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol in Washington, D.C. As people not only inRead more
Following the presidential election, a leading group of scientists are making the case that a “rule reversal” will not be sufficient to allow the Endangered Species Act to do its job of protecting species. Instead, they’re calling for deeper improvements to the rules the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service use to apply the law–aiming to make the Act more effective and to gain bipartisan and industry support in an era of accelerating climate change.
The team’s analysis and policy recommendations were published in the journal Science.
New Brunswick, N.J. (Nov. 4, 2020) – Rutgers University–New Brunswick professors Robert E. Kopp and Pamela McElwee are available for interviews on the Paris climateRead more
The nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) that President Donald Trump has required many White House employees to sign – unlike any previous administration – are likely unconstitutional, according to a report issued by Cornell Law School’s First Amendment Clinic.Read more
Rutgers Medical Experts Available to Discuss President Trump Testing Positive for Coronavirus Rutgers medical experts are available to discuss theRead more
The Trump administration announced today that it would bar the Chinese-owned mobile apps WeChat and TikTok from U.S. app storesRead more
University of Redlands Political Scientist Renee Van Vechten weighs in on the national conventions, rescheduling the presidential election and mail-inRead more
07/15/20 Sharona Hoffman, the Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law, co-director of the Law-Medicine Center and a professor in theRead more
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico (often referred to as AMLO) will join President Trump at the White HouseRead more
Mary Yanik, director of the Tulane Immigrants’ Rights Law Clinic, says the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling barring President Trump fromRead more
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia held arguments by phone on Tuesday in a case pittingRead more