Marie Jean Pierre, a devout Christian woman, is celebrating after winning a $21.5 million verdict, ending a complaint she and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed against her employer, Conrad Miami Hotel. The complaint was originally filed when she was “fired for not showing up for her six Sunday shifts.” Marie Jean Pierre worked as…

Rosie the Riveter is still alive and well in the modern world. The iconic poster and theme, “We can do it!” is alive and well in Vermont. There, the organization called Rosie’s Girls works to help girls develop and interest in areas that are normally dominated by men. According to their website, “Rosie’s Girls® is…

The shutdown of the federal government continues, but Americans are making sure that the furloughed government employees do not suffer in the meantime. Companies and individuals have all contributed to make sure that no one is left without the ability to meet their needs due to fighting politicians. Here are some of the top ways…

Andy Murray became a professional tennis player in 2005 when he became the youngest Briton to play in the Davis Cup. A month later, he was given a wild card entry to a clay-court tournament in Barcelona, the Open SEAT. Shortly thereafter, Murray reached the semi-finals of the boys’ French Open but lost in straight…

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