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A New Study Could Indicate That Divorce Rate is Lower Among Same-Sex Couples, but Data Seems Incomplete

A New Study Could Indicate That Divorce Rate is Lower Among Same-Sex Couples, but Data Seems Incomplete

One of the most repeated statistics about marriage is that half of them end in divorce, but the fact that more and more states are recognizing same-sex marriages is changing…

Hundreds of Lawyers Stage Die-In Outside Brooklyn Courts in Support of Racial Equality

Hundreds of Lawyers Stage Die-In Outside Brooklyn Courts in Support of Racial Equality

Over two hundred public defenders infuriated by the grand jury decisions to forego indictment of police officers implicated in the deaths of both Eric Garner and Michael Brown walked away…

Magician Goes Viral After Using Rubik’s Cube Trick to Dodge a Speeding Ticket

Magician Goes Viral After Using Rubik’s Cube Trick to Dodge a Speeding Ticket

Steven Brundage was annoyed when an officer pulled him over for speeding on Dec. 5 in Scotia, NY. But an encounter that could have led to a ticket and a…

New Jersey Official Forced to Retire After Taking Landscaping Equipment Home With Him

New Jersey Official Forced to Retire After Taking Landscaping Equipment Home With Him

Landscaping is an important aspect of homeownership for many people across the United States. However, if you don’t have the equipment yourself, standard practice is to rent or buy the…

Vermont Folk Hero Beats Corporate Fast Food Chain in Trademark Case

Vermont Folk Hero Beats Corporate Fast Food Chain in Trademark Case

It’s the classic underdog tale. It’s David versus Goliath in the court of law. It’s just a simple guy from Vermont, who quickly became symbolic of the “real food” movement…

California Supreme Court May Legislate the Environmental Impact of Single Family Homes

California Supreme Court May Legislate the Environmental Impact of Single Family Homes

When it comes to designing and building new homes, the environmental impact of the project may not always be a primary concern. However, in states like California, which is experiencing…

Technical Difficulties Cause OIG to Extend Comment Deadline on Permissive Exclusions

Technical Difficulties Cause OIG to Extend Comment Deadline on Permissive Exclusions

Last month, the Officer of the Inspector General announced that it will be extending the period of time when the public can comment in the Federal Register on revisions to…

Arizona Gets a Step Closer to Nationwide Robbery Ring with Arrest of Three Suspects

Arizona Gets a Step Closer to Nationwide Robbery Ring with Arrest of Three Suspects

Police in Arizona are celebrating a small victory after an ongoing investigation into an armed heist in June yielded the arrest of three suspects. Two men and a woman from…

Recent Catfishing Act Sheds Light on Personal Privacy Issues

Recent Catfishing Act Sheds Light on Personal Privacy Issues

The user behind “Sondra Price’s” Facebook profile was not Sondra Price. Though it may have shown the real Sondra Price’s picture, and even offered details about Sondra Price that are…

Construction Boss Currently Awaiting Trial for Role in Las Vegas HOA Conspiracy

Construction Boss Currently Awaiting Trial for Role in Las Vegas HOA Conspiracy

A Las Vegas construction company boss and five co-defendants are currently awaiting trial on conspiracy and fraud charges after allegedly scheming to take over several homeowners associations in the area. The high…