A Dallas judge recently took heat for admitting he set up a trust to reward his kids financially if they marry a white, heterosexual, Christian person, and now a Jewish inmate says he deserves a new trial because the judge is an anti-Semite.
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Georgia’s HB 481 law will not only make abortion illegal, but coudl means mothers face prosecution for miscarriages and stillbirths.
The FCC is cracking down on robocalling, making auto-dials illegal. Carriers offer software updates to address this decision.
A humanitarian turned pedophile is put behind bars. His 170 victims were children in a Haiti orphanage. They will receive $60 million.
Six veterinarians have their human trafficking case dismissed by federal judge.
Dr. William Husel turned himself in and is being charged with twenty-five counts of murder for prescribing high doses of fentanyl.
Chase sent an email to its credit card holders concerning arbitration and prohibiting class actions, unless they opt out.
Hawaii, California, and Maine file lawsuits against Purdue Pharma and the Sacklers.
He Jianku has not been seen since declaring he had altered the genes of three embryos. Standards are being created to inform such decisions moving forward.
Federal agency can regulate stem cell treatments, according to judge who sided with the FDA.