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Only On 2: Family Looks For Son's Gravesite But Cemetery Moved It

ROSEMEAD (CBSLA.com) — A family went to visit their son’s burial site only to discover the cemetery moved the body without their knowledge.

It’s a story that is Only On 2. 379 more words

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Creative awarded $36m in damages in Huawei lawsuit

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Singapore soundcard maker Creative Technology has scored yet another legal victory against a technology giant – this time against China’s Huawei, one of the world’s largest telecom equipment makers. 436 more words

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RPOF Chairman On Broward SOE Lawsuit: "Snipes Will Have To Listen To The Court"

Republican Party Of Florida (RPOF) Chairman Blaise Ingoglia said he hopes the party’s lawsuit against Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes will guarantee a fair, open and transparent process. 161 more words

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Taylor Swift's Crush That Inspired A Song Convicted Of Child Abuse

The real-life man that inspired Taylor Swift‘s breakout hit “Teardrops On My Guitar” committed a terrible crime…

According to Radar Online, Andrew Hardwick, Swift’s high school crush, recently plead guilty to felony charges of hurting a child, as well as possession of marijuana. 60 more words

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You Could Get Up To $900 If You Received One Of These Scam Phone Calls

Maybe I should start answering those numbers that I don’t know…

If you’ve ever received a call from someone offering you a free cruise, you should check out… 113 more words

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Opioid Lawsuit | Eclipse Cell Coverage | Portland's Tech Scene - OPB's Think Out Loud

Multnomah County has announced that it is suing multiple pharmaceutical companies, accusing them of pushing doctors to over-prescribe opioids. The lawsuit is modeled after the lawsuits against the tobacco industry for deceiving the public about the dangers of smoking. 87 more words

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Trump's Blocked Twitter Users Respond with a Surprisingly Well-Founded Lawsuit

Word got out a few weeks ago that several of Donald Trump’s blocked Twitter users were taking him to court. While this seems crazy at first, it might actually hold water, thanks to the provisions of the First Amendment to the Constitution.  589 more words

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