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As reported by ABC News, a former high-ranking official within Florida’s Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) has initiated legal action against Governor Ron DeSantis and his senior aides, accusing them of forcing his retirement after he refused to execute what he claims were illegal orders. Shane Desguin, who served as... Read More »

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A Pittsburgh-based company that provides at-home rape kits for sexual abuse survivors is at the center of a new lawsuit filed by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The lawsuit accuses the company of providing a false alternative to care and justice for survivors of sexual abuse. Attorney General Michelle... Read More »

Delaware Senate Deadlocks on Doctor-Assisted Suicide Bill, Possible Reconsideration Next Week - delawaresenate.com

A bill that would allow doctor-assisted suicide in Delaware failed to pass the state Senate on Thursday after narrowly advancing through the House earlier this year. The legislation, which has been a contentious issue in the state, resulted in a 9-9 tie in the Democrat-led Senate. Three Democratic senators voiced... Read More »

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After receiving a complaint from a whistleblower, three professors from the UCLA School of Dentistry were investigated for soliciting unauthorized fees from international students from Middle Eastern countries. The professors, who were identified only as John Doe et. al., entered into settlements with the University that had hired a law... Read More »

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A controversial new Louisiana law has prompted several civil liberties groups to join forces with plans to file a lawsuit challenging the law’s constitutionality. House Bill 71 was signed into law Wednesday by Republican Gov. Jeff Landry and will now require all public school classrooms, from kindergarten to state-funded universities,... Read More »

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Two Walt Disney Company employees have initiated legal action against the company, alleging significant financial and emotional harm due to the abrupt cancellation of a planned job relocation from California to Florida. The proposed class-action lawsuit, filed by Maria De La Cruz and George Fong, was submitted to the Los... Read More »

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Families of the victims of the Boeing 737 Max crashes have called on the Department of Justice (DOJ) to impose a substantial fine of $24 billion and criminal prosecution on the aerospace giant. This request follows two tragic incidents involving Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft in Ethiopia and Indonesia, which... Read More »

Legal Fight Over Gina Carano’s Firing From 'The Mandalorian' Moves Forward - Walt Disney Studios via cbr.com

A federal judge has indicated that Gina Carano's lawsuit against Disney and Lucasfilm over her termination from The Mandalorian will move forward. The case centers on whether the First Amendment protects private companies’ rights to sever ties with employees who publicly express views that clash with their corporate values. U.S.... Read More »

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The Dallas-based company Frontier Communications is facing at least six class action lawsuits after it was hit with a cyber data breach attack in April. The widespread attack resulted in the personally identifiable information (PII) of over 750,000 customers being stolen by the criminal ransomware group RansomHub. Nearly 90,000 of... Read More »

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A FedEx manager who called an employee “slow” could have committed age discrimination according to a new ruling by a California Court of Appeal. The case, Michael Freem v. Superior Court of Orange County, partially reversed Orange County Superior Court Judge Richard Y. Lee’s grant of summary judgment in favor... Read More »

Colorado Springs Shooter Sentenced to 55 Life Terms - New York Post

Anderson Lee Aldrich, the shooter responsible for the horrific attack at an LGBTQ+ club in Colorado Springs, was sentenced to 55 life terms in prison on Tuesday. Aldrich's attack, which killed five people and injured 19 others, was prosecuted as a federal hate crime, highlighting the severity and motivation behind... Read More »

Justin Timberlake Charged with Drunken Driving in the Hamptons - Getty Images via betches.com

Pop star Justin Timberlake was charged with drunken driving early Tuesday in the village of Sag Harbor, New York, part of the Hamptons after police reported he ran a stop sign and veered out of his lane in the upscale seaside community. Timberlake, who was driving a 2025 BMW around... Read More »

Biden Administration Moves to Offer Path to Citizenship for Undocumented Spouses of U.S. Citizens - Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images via pbs.org

President Joe Biden has ordered expansive actions to provide potential citizenship to hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants, particularly focusing on those married to U.S. citizens. This initiative aims to balance the administration’s recent aggressive stance on border security, which has drawn criticism from immigration advocates and Democratic lawmakers. The... Read More »

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Former Neuralink employee Lindsay Short has initiated a lawsuit against Elon Musk's neurotechnology company, alleging multiple grievances including workplace safety concerns and discrimination. Short, who joined Neuralink in August 2022, claims that the company failed to provide adequate protective equipment, resulting in her being scratched by monkeys infected with the... Read More »

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A proposed class action lawsuit is accusing Apple of underpaying over 12,000 female workers. The lawsuit was filed in state court in San Francisco by two women who worked at the company for over a decade. The women say that female workers in engineering, marketing, and AppleCare divisions were systematically... Read More »