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Photographer Sues Woman Over Her 90-Year-Old Grandmother's Wallpaper

Photographer sues woman who posted image of her grandmother's apartment, featuring his photo-based wallpaper, on a property rental website.

Politics | Politics

WISCONSIN JUDGE: ‘Our Court System Has Been Deeply Intimidated by the Left’

A former Wisconsin state judge, who is now representing the Trump campaign in litigation in that state, testified before Congress

News | News

Podcast | Underground USA | United States

An irreverent, brutally truthful, fact-based podcast. With Texas filing suit against the four embattle battleground states in the US Supreme Court and 17 states signing on in agreement, the angry Fascists of the Left, well, they're probably going to get a

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Employees & Their Families Sue Employers Over COVID-19 Exposure - Workplace Coach Blog

Question: My partner and I have owned and operated our business for twenty-three years.  When the pandemic first hit, we …

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Double trouble: In-N-Out sues Smashburger over new sandwich that looks and sounds like their own

In-N-Out filed a federal lawsuit against Denver-based Smashburger, alleging the company’s latest meat-cheese creation, the Triple Double, mirrors their own.

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California woman sues Jelly Belly Candy claiming beans were full of sugar

A San Bernardino County woman has filed suit against the Jelly Belly Candy Co. claiming that she was duped into buying and eating sugar-filled jelly beans.

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TMZ wins legal battle with Starline Tours, deputies raid tour bus offices to collect cash

As divorces go, this one is ugly even by Tinseltown standards: Celebrity news operation TMZ called in Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies to raid the Hollywood Boulevard offices of former partner Starline Tours to collect on a court judgment won by TMZ.

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Amid opioid epidemic, rules for drug companies are loosened

When it comes to combating the nation’s opioid epidemic, politicians of all stripes say they are fully committed.

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Kaiser ordered to pay woman more than $28 million

A Los Angeles jury awarded more than $28 million to a woman who said Kaiser Permanente doctors wrongly delayed an MRI that could have detected an aggressive cancerous tumor that caused her to lose her right leg.