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Disney Sued For Age Discrimination

Disney Sued For Age Discrimination

The former head of Walt Disney Pictures’s story department sued his former employer, charging that he was a victim of ageism. Kevin Brady, who was making $135,000 a year at…

A Top Veterans Affairs Watchdog is Investigating Claims of Whistleblower Backlash

A Top Veterans Affairs Watchdog is Investigating Claims of Whistleblower Backlash

The U.S. Office of Special Counsel is currently investigating 37 complaints that claim whistleblower backlash has occurred at the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to a release that went public this past Thursday. Investigators…

Fraud Scheme Fleeces Insurance Companies of Millions Using Dead Deer

Fraud Scheme Fleeces Insurance Companies of Millions Using Dead Deer

Authorities have charged a group of 41 people composed of police officers, city officials, and insurance company employees, with insurance fraud after discovering their involvement in an elaborate con, which…

After Expert Witness Testimony, Pistorius to Undergo 30 Days of Psychiatric Tests

After Expert Witness Testimony, Pistorius to Undergo 30 Days of Psychiatric Tests

On Monday, May 26, South African Paralympian Oscar Pistorius arrived at a psychiatric hospital to begin a month-long mental health evaluation as ordered by a judge in the trial determining whether or…

Supreme Court Tackles Controversial Cellphone Privacy Policies

Supreme Court Tackles Controversial Cellphone Privacy Policies

The Supreme Court will decide whether police need a warrant to search Americans’ cellphones after an arrest, San Diego’s The Daily Transcript reported Monday. Court officials will attempt to answer a question that…

Excessive Heat in Texas Prisons a Human Rights Violation, Says New Report

Excessive Heat in Texas Prisons a Human Rights Violation, Says New Report

In Texas prisons, which are some of the hottest in the country, 19 convicts have died of heat-related illnesses since 1988, according to prison reports. However, that number might be too…

General Motors to Seek Court Protection from Pre-Bankruptcy Liabilities

General Motors to Seek Court Protection from Pre-Bankruptcy Liabilities

In a normal scenario, General Motors’ recent vehicle recall stemming from faulty ignition switches would mean that individuals who have experienced injury or wrongful death could receive compensation for their…

Oregon Bans Sweet, Marijuana-Infused Foods and Candies

Oregon Bans Sweet, Marijuana-Infused Foods and Candies

The Oregon Health Authority proposed a controversial set of rules that hope to keep marijuana-infused candies and foods, known as “edibles,” away from children. The rules state that dispensaries in…

California Police Officer Charged With Stealing Prescribed Pain Medication

California Police Officer Charged With Stealing Prescribed Pain Medication

Matthew Switzer, a California police officer, resigned on Monday after facing accusations of stealing prescription pain medications from seniors. Law enforcement arrested Switzer on April 4; the former officer is facing a…

Florida Woman Isn’t Loving It, Vandalizes McDonalds

Florida Woman Isn’t Loving It, Vandalizes McDonalds

Employees of a Florida McDonalds uploaded surveillance footage of a topless woman going berserk in their workplace this past week. Naturally, the video, which was posted to LiveLeak, went viral,…