Class Action Started Over Equifax Breach of Information

Equifax is currently between a rock and a hard place. The company gave out the information that a significant cyber attack may have revealed personal data for 143 million U.S clients. The number forms an unimaginable 44% of the entire U.S populace. As if that is not enough, they also say that new…

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Dan Markel’s Ex-wife denies involvement in his death

Law enforcement officers have identified the death of FSU professor, Dan Markel as a homicide. There are many pieces to the puzzle and investigators are looking into a possible involvement of his ex-wife’s family. Through her attorneys, Wendi Adelson, Markel’s ex-wife, has distanced…

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Lawsuit Accuses 2 Companies of Negligent Advice Re: Flint Water

Two companies have been sued by Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette for their intervention in the Flint water crisis. These are Veolia North America and Lockwood, Andrews & Newman, also known as LAN. These companies were chosen because of their remarkable and credible image, but due to their…

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Fired for being too cute not illegal in Manhattan

Have you ever look around your place of work and noticed a particular distractingly attractive coworker, one that you can’t look away from? I bet you took the obvious next step - fire her for how jealous or distracted you are. Wait, you haven’t felt this way or done this before? Good,…

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Police May Not Need Warrant to View 180-day Old Emails

The latest news from the National Security Agency that they can monitor the information that one sends through the internet, such as emails, came as a major shock to millions of people. However, a law that was enacted in 1986 states that Federal Agents can read emails that have been stored on a…

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Baltimore man charged for TV Station bomb threat

Charges of arson and other counts were laid against a Maryland man accused of threatening Fox Television´s Baltimore affiliate with a fake bomb vest last Thursday. April 28. The bomb vest was actually loaded not with explosives but with chocolate bars in foil wraps. Alex Brizzi, age 25, was…

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Amnesty International calls on Trudeau to cancel Saudi arms deal

Canada’s new Liberal Party Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has received international attention since taking office. His stances on equality for all races and genders have particularly gained attention in the United States, where the current election season features a nominee as conservative on…

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Canada's new assisted suicide bill

Canada has issued a new bill that will allow assisted suicide, but it only applies to Canadians and residents, which means no foreigner can visit the country with the express intention of committing assisted suicide. Obviously, the assistant would be liable for murder if this were the case. Assisted…

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Unaoil accused of global bribery and is paid millions by US KBR

International industrial contracts are big business, so naturally the massive amounts of money involved can lend themselves to corruption. KBR is a company based in America, which focuses on construction and engineering. They hired Unaoil to assist with obtaining contracts in Kazakhstan. In return,…

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N. Carolina has anti-LBGT discrimination law

The Supreme Court’s legalization of gay marriage on the federal level last year has created some backlash in ‘bible belt” states within America, where citizens are more likely to be against such laws due to religious beliefs. In response, some states have passed, or at least…

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Unmarried woman in Alabama wins right to adopt

The Supreme Court granted permission to a woman to visit the three children she had raised although she was not the biological mother. She had been denied access by the Alabama court earlier. The two unmarried women who were raising the three children together were identified by their initials as EL…

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Women in Law Hackathon in Michigan

Women have great power in the world today, but very often they are unappreciated. The wage gap is no longer a secret, and although there are many women who hold professional positions, they are often overlooked when it comes to promotions. The Law Heckathon is designed to promote the professional…

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Bridgegate investigation costs $2.28 Billion

No matter what country you live in, politics is always complicated. There are many people who want to hold the power, and many people ready to fight for it. This is exactly what happened three years ago, when Governor Christie tried to punish the Mayor of a small city by creating a massive traffic…

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FCC finds Verizon guilty of supercookies

Nowadays, advertisements make the world function. Every company is spending billions every year trying to find the best way to sell their products even if this means that they have to change their entire strategy. Although most companies do this within the law, there are also some who are ready to…

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Some Think Aung San Suu Kyi’s Nobel Peace Prize should be Revoked

The recent course of action taken by Aung San Kyi seems to amaze many. The powerful leader is the de facto head of Myanmar. For an extended period, she was full of vigor and willpower towards attaining freedom for her country and its people. Despite unsuccessful liberty efforts, the people of…


Newborns Die in Hospital Fire in Baghdad

A fire razed Yarmouk Hospital in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad on Tuesday night. The horrible incident caught the attention of the world media. The casualties were twelve newborn babies some of whom had been born prematurely. The official report gave the cause of the fire as an electrical fault. The…


Freedom of movement (passports) after Brexit

With waters raging out of control in the Eastern United States and fires engulfing thousands of acres on the Western coast, many American’s are wondering what Brexit is and why there is so much fuss about it. Brexit is just an abbreviation for “British Exit”, which took place on…


Why women are angry with Trump’s opinions

Donald Trump has based his campaign in terms of racism and sore words against women and what they represent. His misogyny seems to surface in his speeches and this has not been received well by women. Trump went from being outsider to becoming controversial and spewing his opinions without any…


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Class Action Started Over Equifax Breach of Information

Equifax is currently between a rock and a hard place. The company gave out the information that a significant cyber attack may have revealed personal data for 143 million U.S clients. The number forms an unimaginable 44% of the entire U.S populace. As if that is not enough, they also say that new…


Dan Markel’s Ex-wife denies involvement in his death
Dan Markel’s Ex-wife denies involvement in his death

Lawsuit Accuses 2 Companies of Negligent Advice Re: Flint Water
Lawsuit Accuses 2 Companies of Negligent Advice Re: Flint Water

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Fired for being too cute not illegal in Manhattan

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