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Could A Twitter Feud Between Candace Owens and Cardi B Lead to a Successful Defamation Lawsuit?

Conservative commentator and best-selling author of “Blackout”, Candace Owens, is threatening to sue Cardi B for slander after a Twitter spat. Owens picked a Twitter fight with the rapper following her performance at the Grammy Awards. Owens appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Fox show, “Tonight Monday,” to criticize Cardi and Megan Thee Stallion for their raunchy performance of the song WAP at the Grammys. How Did...
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Do COVID-19 Long-Haulers Need Disability Benefits?

COVID-19 long-haulers is a term used to describe people who continue to have certain coronavirus symptoms, including fatigue and brain fog, months after the disease subsides. The condition is referred to as “long COVID” and can affect a person’s ability to work and earn a living. For this reason, many COVID-19 long-haulers are seeking disability benefits, but not all of them get their applications approved......
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Fact or Fiction: Elon Musk Cannot Just Tweet Whatever He Wants

This is a fact! A 2018 settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requires oversight of Elon Musk’s social media activities. Musk, who recently changed his job title to “Technoking of Tesla“, now faces another lawsuit from a Tesla shareholder, alleging that his “erratic tweets” violate a fiduciary duty. Tesla Investor Sues Elon Musk for Violating Fiduciary Duty Investor Chase Gharrity is suing...
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Customer Sues Costco for Disclosing Erectile Dysfunction Prescription to Wife

Greg Shepherd claims that his efforts to reconcile with his ex-wife were dashed because of a Costco pharmacy error. Shepherd sued the warehouse chain after a store pharmacist wrongly told his wife that his erectile dysfunction medication was ready for pickup. Shepherd said Costco had mistakenly filled the erectile disfunction prescription after he was given a sample by his doctor during a checkup. He said...
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Fact or Fiction: Texas Has Its Own Separate Power Grid, and It Failed Miserably

This is fact! Texas’s power grid is not connected to any other power grid in the country. As investigations into the power outages across Texas are still underway, residents are filing class-action lawsuits against the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) and electricity retailer “Griddy.” Class-Action Lawsuits Filed Against Griddy As reported by USA Today, Griddy is facing a class-action lawsuit for allegedly engaging in...
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Rideshare Drivers Filed a New Lawsuit to Repeal California Proposition 22

California’s highest court, the California Supreme Court, just rejected a lawsuit filed to overturn California Proposition 22, which exempted ride-share and delivery companies, including Lyft, Uber, and DoorDash from the state’s AB5 or “gig economy” law. Prop. 22 is considered the costliest ballot measure in California’s history. The lawsuit claimed the measure was unconstitutional because it limits the power of the Legislature and excludes drivers...
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Meghan Markle Finally Wins a Lawsuit Against a British Tabloid

Meghan Markle filed a lawsuit against Associated Newspapers, which owns Mail on Sunday, in 2019. The Duchess of Sussex accused the British tabloid of violating her privacy after it published contents of her emotional letter to her estranged father, Thomas Markle. According to Hollywood Reporter, a judge ruled that the newspaper invaded the former actress’s privacy when it made excerpts of the private letter publicly...
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The Parents of a 20-year Old Amateur Trader Sue Robinhood Following His Suicide Caused by Trading Losses

The parents of Alexander Kearns, who killed himself after thinking he had lost $730,000 on stock trading app, Robinhood, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Robinhood. The 20-year-old young man died by suicide in June 2020 shortly after reaching out to Robinhood’s customer service to help him understand why his account showed a negative balance of $730,000 on the stock trading platform. What is...
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Why the Georgia State Bar Can Order Trump Attorney Lin Wood to Undergo Psychiatric Evaluation

Lin Wood, an attorney from Georgia, is one of the most vocal supporters of Trump’s false conspiracy theories that the election had been stolen. Since Trump lost his re-election bid in November 2020, Wood has filed lawsuits claiming widespread fraud and seeking to throw out Georgia’s votes. This includes a complaint that was verified “under plenty of perjury.” Wood later filed an amended verification to correct the...
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Fact or Fiction: It’s now FREE to Film Commercial Films and Movies inside National Parks?

This is actually now a FACT! For decades the U.S. National Service has required permits and/or charged fees for commercial filming and photography on its land. For example, Yosemite National Park in California requires a permit, permit application fee, and charges for both motion picture filming and still photography. The fees are $0 for 1-2 people with a camera/tripod only and go up to $750...
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