The US Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the social security claim of a National Guard member who served as a dual-status technician, categorized as both a civilian and a military employee. The US government had reduced his retirement benefits by about $100 per month under a statutory rule known as the “windfall elimination provision” which [...]

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The High Court of England and Wales ruled last week that victims of trafficking should be allowed to stay in the UK and not be forced to return to their home countries. The complainant was a 33-year-old Vietnamese woman referred to as “KTT.” She was subjected to long-term prostitution and forced labor in various countries [...]

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