Ohio judge orders hospital to use ivermectin as COVID-19 treatment

U.S. 08/31/21, 16:45

An Ohio judge on Monday, August 30, ruled in favor of the use of ivermectin in treating a COVID-19 patient, a therapy that so far had not been approved by federal health agencies for combatting the virus. The order of the controversial drug was made last week by Judge Gregory Howard ...

Zoom accepts $85 million privacy lawsuit settlement

U.S. 08/03/21, 03:00

On Saturday, July 31, Zoom Video Communications Inc. agreed to settle the $85 million lawsuit that claimed the privacy rights of users had been violated. The class-action suit was filed by multiple Zoom users who alleged their personal data had been shared with Facebook, Google, and LinkedIn and “Zoombombing,” which happened ...

Brain-damaged model receives $29.5M after allergic reaction to peanut pretzel

U.S. 04/13/21, 17:44

On Friday, April 9, a jury awarded $29.5 million to the family of a model who suffered brain damage after being treated by MedicWest Ambulance for a serious allergic reaction in 2013. The  New York Post reported that Chantel Giacalone bit into a peanut butter-infused pretzel while attending a Las Vegas conference in ...

5 states join Texas-driven antitrust lawsuit against Google

U.S. 03/17/21, 14:54

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton reported on Tuesday, March 16, that five states have joined his lawsuit against Google, which alleges antitrust violations and abusive practices by the tech giant. The attorneys general of Alaska, Florida, Montana, Nevada, and Puerto Rico joined the lawsuit originally filed by a 10-state class of ...

Florida AG Ashley Moody (R) accuses Biden administration of ‘thumbing nose’ at public safety

U.S. 03/10/21, 01:16

Florida’s chief law enforcement official announced the federal government is endangering American lives by freeing criminal foreigners. Sunshine State Attorney General Ashley Moody is furious about the Joe Biden administration's decision to stop deporting criminal aliens and start releasing those already in jail back onto the streets. "The Biden administration's reckless decision, ...

Chocolate companies Mars, Nestlé, and Hershey sued for child slavery

World 02/13/21, 13:18

The well-known multinational chocolate companies Mars, Nestlé, and Hershey, among others, were sued in the United States by eight young people who as children were exploited as slaves on African cocoa plantations. These young men represent the thousands of children who are recruited each year by trickery and deception, and then ...

17 states join Texas lawsuit, Georgia questioned for its absence

2022 Campaign 12/10/20, 05:29

A Texas lawsuit aimed at making sure the 2020 presidential election conforms to the U.S. Constitution has attracted 17 other red states to join in, but Georgia remains absent, posing a question what the Peach State’s Republican attorney general is hiding. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit in the ...

Fraud in Georgia: Lawyers group asks for 200,000 votes to be challenged

U.S. 11/26/20, 09:12

A group of lawyers in Georgia brought a lawsuit concerning 200,000 votes that may have been illegally counted, and which "undercu[t] the integrity of the general election," Amistad Project Director Phill Kline said in a press release.  The Thomas More Society's Amistad Project also challenged other apparent fraud in the states ...

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