The Supreme Judicial Court rules that the worker is covered under state law, and is not considered a seaman under federal admiralty law.
The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News join others like the Tampa Bay Times and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
The index finishes with a gain of 16.3 percent for the year, or a total return of about 18 percent, including dividends.
The owners of Five Star Auto Sales say police spread false information about illegal activity at the business.
The coronavirus pandemic created winners and losers in the business world.
Employers continue to cut jobs as rising coronavirus infections keep many people at home and state and local governments re-impose restrictions.
The state labor department says there will be no break in benefits under extended federal programs, but payments may be delayed.
The Bar Harbor-based institution landed more than $100 million in funding from more than 200 grants this year, much of it for projects related to COVID-19.
But a judge denied their request for an injunction to stop the project from proceeding pending the appeal.
The plan released Wednesday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration includes a reduction in lobster trap lines and state-specific markings for fishing gear.
With just a day to spare, lawmakers in the House of Commons vote 521-73 in favor of the agreement sealed between the U.K. government and the European Union last week.
Sinopharm is one of at least five Chinese developers that are in a global race to create vaccines for the disease that has killed more than 1.7 million people.
It may hold great appeal in less developed parts of the world because of its low cost and the fact that it can be kept in refrigerators rather than at the ultra-cold or freezer temperatures some other vaccines require.
The case is a key element in an explosive 2016 scandal that triggered months of public protests and toppled South Korea’s president.
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Dentists say they are seeing more patients with chipped teeth and jaw pain as pandemic stress spurs an increase in tooth grinding.
The agreement will need to be ratified by the European Parliament.
Federal regulators say the industry has put an automatic braking system on nearly 58,000 miles of track where it is required.
The market’s pullback follows a strong, record-shattering run on Wall Street in recent weeks.
An army of children are toiling in Indonesia and Malaysia, the main suppliers of the world’s most consumed vegetable oil.
On Jan. 1, Britain embarks on its new, more distant relationship with the EU after nearly five decades of closer economic, cultural and social integration.
The company has lost billions during the grounding because it has been unable to deliver new planes to airline customers.
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The company was named a recipient of the Leadership in Sustainability — Water Award from the American Forest & Paper Association for a project at the Somerset Mill in Skowhegan.
We streamed, we Zoomed, we ordered groceries and houseplants online, we created virtual villages while navigating laptop shortages to work and learn from home.
Commercial drone use for deliveries and services is set to clear a major hurdle in the U.S. as soon as this week with new requirements that most of the devices transmit a radio beacon with a digital license plate to help ensure safety and prevent misuse.
The company said it has received 47 reports of the blade detaching from the fan.
The Treasury Department and other federal agencies did not reveal specific timelines for when stimulus checks, small business aid, and unemployment benefits would be released.
More than 1,000 workers at the Iowa pork plant tested positive for the virus, which killed at least six.
It will take time for the state's labor department to implement reauthorized federal benefits and new payments from the COVID-19 relief package finalized after a delay by the president.
In addition to providing toilet paper and other paper products, the company provided the raw material for antiseptic wipes.
The massive, year-end catchall bill combines $900 billion in COVID-19 aid with a $1.4 trillion spending bill and reams of other unfinished legislation.
British authorities have blamed the new virus variant for soaring infection rates across the country.
Millions of Americans stand to lose enhanced unemployment benefits or face eviction from their homes without new legislation.
A fast-food eatery discovered at the ancient Roman city is now the first to be completely excavated.
Most local restaurants said business was slower than past years.
Local ski shops say the shortage appears linked to a desire by Mainers to get outdoors safely while the pandemic rages.
But as it will be months before many people will be vaccinated, factories will remain vulnerable.
Narendra Modi asks them to explain how the government’s agricultural policies have benefited them, a month into massive protests that have rattled his administration.
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, in a policy speech in October, pledged to achieve net zero emissions in 30 years.
The session follows an advance during Wall Street's shortened Christmas Eve trading.
They’re buying snowshoes, skis, boots and winter coats, boosting the hurting retail sector.
The U.S. Postal Service also cites limited employee availability due to COVID-19.
The draft treaty is believed to be around 1,250 pages long,
Trading was extremely light Thursday in the abbreviated session ahead of Christmas.
Shoppers are expected to take back twice as many items as last year, costing companies about $1.1 billion.
The deal should ensure the two sides can trade in goods without tariffs or quotas.
Democrats will try again with a roll call vote on a new bill Dec. 28, when the House also plans a vote to override Trump’s veto on the National Defense Authorization Act.