Transgender Student’s Discrimination Suit Is Settled for $800,0000

Ashton Whitaker said that he had been forbidden from using boys bathrooms and felt degraded by administrators at his high school in Wisconsin.

Fast-Food Workers Claim Victory in a New York Labor Effort

A nonunion group, invoking a new city law, says it has enlisted enough members to force restaurants to deduct the workers’ dues and forward the money.

Trump Demands That Publisher Halt Release of Critical Book

A lawyer for the president threatens possible legal action to block publication of “Fire and Fury,” by Michael Wolff.

Motel 6 Gave Guest Lists to Immigration Agents in Washington State, Lawsuit Says

The suit, brought by the state attorney general, suggests that employees helped ICE agents beyond Arizona, where the practice was revealed last year.

Roy Moore Asks Alabama Court to Block Election’s Certification

Less than 24 hours before Alabama officials were expected to certify the results of a Senate election, Roy S. Moore went to court claiming voter fraud.