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Despite being fired as Chairman and CEO of CBS due to at least twelve accusations of sexual misconduct, including assault, Leslie Moonves could still walk away with a $120 million severance. This is because CBS reached a settlement with Moonves pending its internal investigation.
The claims include that
A Kansas couple says Bank of America blocked access to their bank account after they ignored a form demanding proof of citizenship from the husband, who was born and raised in Kansas. The couple thought the letter was spam. The account was unfrozen after he supplied a driver’s license at a
This is a fact! Trump’s lawyers have said special counsel Robert Mueller already has told them he would abide by a longstanding Department of Justice view that the Constitution bars prosecuting sitting presidents.
The Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel (OLC), the executive branch’s most authoritative in-house lawyer, has
20 plaintiffs who attended a Trump campaign rally in June 2016 accuse San Jose, California police officers of directing them into a violent crowd of protestors. Plaintiffs say the officers stood by and did nothing while the rally attendees were physically assaulted with objects and hit.
This is fact! There are more than 9,000 talcum-powder lawsuits across the country. The lawsuits name as defendants companies like Johnson & Johnson and even the companies that mine talc and supply it to the manufacturers.
While only a few lawsuits have gone to trial, so far Johnson & Johnson
MGM Resorts owns the Mandalay Bay hotel, used by Stephen Paddock to shoot and kill 58 people and wound more than 500 others. MGM also owns the Route 91 Harvest festival venue which hosted the music festival where victims were targeted.
In federal U.S. District Courts in California, Nevada,
Planes, trains, automobiles, hotels, apartments, houses, and even movie theaters – what do all these places have in common? Bed bugs have attacked people there!
In Southern California a family was awarded $1.6 million against their apartment owner for suffering a bed bug infestation that left their child, then