Repeated Antibiotic Use in Children Can Lead to Mental Illness
Kushner to Pay Tenants $88K to Resolve Class Action Lawsuit
Tesla is coming under fire by some of its black workers, who’ve filed multiple lawsuits in an effort to purge the company what they said is widespread racism. According to the New York Times, many of the complaints originate in Tesla’s Fremont, CA factory. Interviews, e-mails and sworn legal statements have been filed by more
Concerns over potential contamination prompted Del Monte to recall certain canned corn products. According to the notice, the recall includes more than “64,000 cases of ‘FIESTA CORN Seasoned with Red & Green Peppers.’” It turns out, the recalled corn may have been under-processed. When this happens, it may result in “potentially deadly contamination and illness.”
Immigration advocates are suing the federal government on behalf of Peter Brown, a U.S. citizen who was almost deported over an ICE request. The groups’ lawsuit states that authorities in Monroe County, Florida ignored Brown’s insistence that he was a citizen. Even after a judge ordered the man released, Brown was kept incarcerated after the
Mississippi Files Lawsuit Against Three Drug Companies to Address Crisis
Alleged improper use of the delivery drug Pitocin left an infant with irreversible brain damage. Lawyers for the family settled with the hospital, ensuring that there will be adequate funds to cover future medical care.
POLITICO claims that the Trump administration has actively covered up a new report that shows Wells Fargo is exploiting college students with high penalties and fees. The purportedly ‘unpublished’ report was obtained by POLITICO through a Freedom of Information Act request. Written by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the memo has a controversial past. The