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G2 Crowd Applauds ADP Solutions

ADP Increases Cash Dividend; Marks 43rd Consecutive Year of Dividend Increases

There is no better evidence of our commitment to our shareholders than our 43-year track record of increasing dividends," said John Jones, chairman of ADP's board of directors.

EY Hosts Facebook Live Veterans Day Celebration

EY Hosts Facebook Live Veterans Day Celebration

DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti moderated a panel of prominent veterans discussing how their military experience enhances their current careers and views on diversity and inclusion.

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Los Angeles Police Investigating Allegation of Drug Planting

LAPD will investigate allegations of misconduct against at least one officer after an attorney said video captured police putting cocaine in his client's wallet before arresting him.

More Americans think wealthy, not middle class, will benefit from tax reform: Reuters/Ipsos

More Americans Think Wealthy, Not Middle Class, Will Benefit from Tax Reform: Reuters/Ipsos

Despite an insistence by Republicans that their goal is to help the middle class, only 8 percent of Americans think that demographic will benefit the most.

Most Americans oppose visa lottery but favor other openings for immigrants: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Most Americans Oppose Visa Lottery but Favor Other Openings for Immigrants: Reuters/Ipsos Poll

The recipients of the visas are chosen randomly by lottery, though they have to go through standard security checks before they are granted permission to enter the United States.

Opioid Abuse Crisis Takes Heavy Toll on Veterans

Opioid Abuse Crisis Takes Heavy Toll on Veterans

Opioid drug abuse has killed more Americans than the Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam wars combined.

LGBT Characters on U.S. TV at Record Highs

LGBTQ Characters on U.S. TV at Record Highs

In it annual report on diversity on the small screen, GLAAD found 329 regular and recurring LGBTQ characters across all broadcast, cable and streaming TV platforms, including the first asexual and non-binary characters.

Louis C.K. Admits to Sexually Harassing At Least Five Women

Louis C.K. Admits to Sexually Harassing At Least Five Women

“These stories are true,” the comedian said in response to the women who came forward.

Joe Biden to Oprah Winfrey: 'I Have a Regret That I'm Not President

Joe Biden to Oprah Winfrey: ‘I Have a Regret That I’m Not President’

The former vice president of the U.S. said he was the most qualified person to run for the position in 2016.

Fox News Hires Nazi-allied Sebastian Gorka

Fox News Hires Nazi-allied Sebastian Gorka

A group with WWII Nazi ties claims Gorka as a sworn member.

Con Edison Pays $800,000 to Settle U.S. Lawsuit

Con Edison Pays $800,000 to Settle U.S. Lawsuit

Most of the $800,000 will go toward back pay and damages for people subjected to reduced hours, demotions, terminations and other harm from past Con Ed discrimination.

Trump’s Limited Appeal a Warning Sign for Republicans Ahead of 2018 Elections

Trump’s Limited Appeal a Warning Sign for Republicans Ahead of 2018 Elections

President Donald Trump’s unpopularity could cost Republicans dearly in next year’s congressional races.

Niger Deaths Probe Outcome Expected in January: U.S. Military

Niger Deaths Probe Outcome Expected in January

The military expects to complete its investigation into the deaths of four soldiers in Niger by January.

Workplace Mental Health Training Could Cut Sick Leave Costs

Workplace Mental Health Training Could Cut Sick Leave Costs

“From both a society and employer point of view, there’s a strong economic argument for talking about mental health in the workplace,” said senior study author Samuel Harvey.

Repeal of Individual Mandate Would Increase Uninsured, Premiums: CBO

Repeal of Individual Mandate Would Increase Uninsured, Premiums: CBO

The CBO found that health insurance premiums would rise by about 10 percent in most years over the next decade in the individual market created by Obamacare.

NOD: Five Questions with Alicia 'AJ' Petross of The Hershey Company

NOD: Five Questions with Alicia ‘AJ’ Petross of The Hershey Company

Petross has a track record of success in building trust throughout the organization and leading new and exciting approaches to diversity and inclusion.

Accenture Appoints Natalie Heisler as Managing Director, Accenture Analytics Lead for Canada

Accenture Appoints Natalie Heisler as Managing Director, Analytics Lead for Canada

Heisler will help clients embed analytics across their organization to drive business outcomes and digital transformation from new intelligence.

Roy Moore, Alabama’s Extreme-Right Candidate for Senate Is Anti-LGBT, Pushed Birther Movement

Roy Moore Accused of Sexual Encounter with Minor, Pursuing Teenage Girls

“I wasn’t ready for that — I had never put my hand on a man’s penis, much less an erect one,” Corfman says.

Fairfield by Marriott Celebrates 30th Anniversary by Rallying to Serve its Communities

As part of this national partnership, Fairfield launched a global build campaign with builds from New York City to Nepal.

Wells Fargo’s Support of Military Members, Veterans Surpasses $100 Million

Company rolls out financial education addressing the Department of Defense’s new Blended Retirement System.

Actor Terry Crews Files Police Report Over Alleged Sexual Assault by Talent Agent

Actor Terry Crews Files Police Report Over Alleged Sexual Assault by Talent Agent

“Hopefully, me coming forward with my story will deter a predator and encourage someone who feels hopeless,” Crews tweeted.

Trump Expected to Tap Hate Group Leader as Ambassador for Women

Trump Expected to Tap Hate Group Leader as Ambassador for Women

“This would be putting an arsonist in charge of the fire department,” said Dawn Laguens, executive vice president for Planned Parenthood Action Fund.

Obama Reports for Jury Duty

Obama Reports for Jury Duty

The former president turned a normally dreaded task into an exciting morning for Chicago citizens performing their civic duty.

U.S. Air Force Academy Says Black Student Wrote Racial Slurs

U.S. Air Force Academy Says Black Student Wrote Racial Slurs

Despite the investigation’s findings, Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria said the issues he discussed regarding racism and diversity still needed to be addressed.