Facing down a multi-billion fine from the F.T.C., Facebook is now being hounded by children’s advocates, who say the social media behemoth tricked kids into spending big money on games like Angry Birds and PetVille.
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Jose Solis of Starr County sued the Rio Grande Valley Vipers in 2013 after the NBA team failed to give him an award he won during a halftime contest. Earlier this week, a jury sided with him and awarded him $250,000.
Nature’s Path Foods is recalling more than 450,000 boxes of gluten-free cereal after it was discovered the products may be contaminated with gluten.
800 car wash employees are finally starting to receive back pay owed to them for working off the clock.
The City of Chicago has submitted a lawsuit against nearly three dozen e-cigarette retailers for allegedly selling their products to minors online.
Even though students can’t legally be compelled to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, districts across the country keep punishing students for exercising their rights.
A climate change lawsuit filed by two Pennsylvania boys against President Donald Trump was scrapped on Tuesday, the judge claiming courts can’t set executive policy. According to Reuters, the decision contradicts another made in Oregon. Nonetheless, U.S. District Judge Paul Diamond, based in Philadelphia, ruled there’s no contradiction between environmental degradation and the U.S. Constitution.
Earlier this week, Nick Sandmann’s laywers, Lin Wood and Todd McMurtry, filed a $250 million lawsuit against The Washington Post regarding how it treated Sandmann in the aftermath of the January Lincoln Memorial incident.
The family of Caitlin M. Clavette, 35, is suing the Massachusetts Transportation Department for wrongful death and negligence regarding Clavette’s 2016 death.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent a warning letter to drug distributor McKesson for incidents in which pharmacies received tampered with shipments of opioids.