A Santa Clara dentist was awarded an undisclosed sum of money after settling with Asiana Airlines after surviving a plane crash. Dr. Kyung Rhan Rha is the last of dozens of passengers and crew members to settle with the airline. Rha and her daughter were among 307 people abroad Asian Flight 214, which crashed onto
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On Monday, Senate Republicans introduced a bill, entitled the Succeed Act, which would offer a pathway to legalization for so-called Dreamers. The proposal, intended to win support from conservatives, wouldn’t allow Dreamers to sponsor family members to immigrate to the United States. The bill’s chief writers – Sens. Thom Tillis (R-NC) and James Lankford (R-OK)
Former New York Representative Anthony Weiner has been sentenced to 21 months in federal prison for sexting with a minor. On top of incarceration, the disgraced politician will have to serve three years of supervised release upon his return to society. The judge responsible for handing down the verdict, Denise Cote of the Southern District
Republicans seem to have accepted yet another defeat in their attempts to repeal Obamacare. CNN reported on Monday that conservatives on Capitol Hill seemed resigned. Three Republican senators – John McCain of Arizona, Susan Collins of Maine, and Rand Paul of Kentucky – all indicated they weren’t likely to support the latest measure, which was
A 10th patient has died in the aftermath of a disaster at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills in Florida, following a power outage caused by Hurricane Irma. Former rehabilitation center resident Martha Murray, aged 94, died last week, according to the Hollywood Hills Police Department. The Florida nursing home has had its license suspended
Web companies are fighting back against a proposed federal bill which would hold online sites legally responsible for the trafficking of minors over the Internet. The pleas of Silicon Valley found little sympathy in Washington, with rebuttals being offered both by legislators as well as the mother of a young girl who was slain by
For the fourth time in recent years, a sexual harassment lawsuit has been filed against Nashville public schools over allegations that education authorities failed to properly respond to student-on-student misconduct. The suit, according to The Tennessean, is requesting $3 million as well as punitive damages. An additional condition would require Nashville public schools to comply
A woman in Iowa has managed to push her case against a $75 speeding ticket all the way to the state Supreme Court. Covered by The Washington Post, the feat accomplished by 67-year old Marla Leaf is exceptional – only in the rarest of instances are minor infractions escalated to the top of the judiciary.
Rutherford County and a private company settled a sweeping class action suit after being accused of extortion. The Tennessee county had formerly contracted with Providence Community Corrections and Pathways Community Corrections, between 2011 and 2016. According to The Tennessean, the private companies were tasked with overseeing low-level probation cases. Among the responsibilities of Providence Community
Some political analysts have begun wondering whether the U.S. Supreme Court will wiggle its way out of rendering any sort of decision on President Trump’s controversial travel ban. An article recently published in The Associated Press – and reprinted in The New York Times – speculated that the nation’s most prestigious court may not want
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