Jun 26, 2017
Climate change lawsuits: Farmers Insurance filed class action lawsuit last month against nearly 200 communities in the Chicago area for failing to prepare for flooding. The suits argue towns should have known climate change would produce more flooding.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/TvbdE
Earlier this week, well-known attorney Mark Geragos filed a $100 million class-action lawsuit against Fyre Festival co-founders Billy McFarland and Ja Rule, alleging that the founders of the ill-fated festival did not warn attendees against coming even though they knew the campgrounds would be...
0shares Share Tweet Pin Plus LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Digg Email Print My first reaction to the thought of insurance companies suing over Climate Change was that this was another horrendous outcome of bad pseudo-science. From NBC News: To insurance companies, there’s no doubt that climate change...
It hasn't even been a week since the beautiful viral disaster that was Fyre Fest, and the festival's organizers have already been hit with three different lawsuits. First, the celebrity attorney Mark Geragos filed a $100 million federal class action suit, claiming fraud and breach of contract...
Slashdot reader AmiMoJo quotes The Register: Three people in Illinois have filed a lawsuit against Microsoft, claiming that its Windows 10 update destroyed their data and damaged their computers. The complaint, filed in Chicago's U.S. District Court on Thursday, charges that Microsoft Windows 10...
A 9-year-old girl has filed a legal case against the Centre for failing to take action on climate change, highlighting the growing concern over pollution and environmental degradation in the country.
Trump said if things didn't change, he would send in Federal agents to help fix the violence problem in the city, and Chicago leaders got angry
British police arrested an 18-year-old suspect in the London train bomb attack Friday morning that injured 30.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions stated that the Department of Justice will take action if the allegations of anti-Trump bias in Robert Mueller's probe are found to be true. This will of course lead many to ask
Sony reportedly canceled the release of 'The Interview' Wednesday, after a terrorist threat aimed at theaters that screened the comedy about the attempt to assassinate Kim Jong-un.
A new study finds that US students are tested on average once a month, with some students tested as often as twice a month. The White House announced it will support a movement by education officials to dial back the amount of testing.
The Secret Service moved anti-Bush protesters behind pro-Bush protesters in 2004, citing a security concern. The plaintiffs charged discrimination in a case heard by the Supreme Court Wednesday.
As its largest trading partner and main source of food, China is North Korea's most significant ally.
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Here are some tell tale signs you’re on the fast train to Tweensville. (As revealed by parents who are already there…)