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University Of Southern California Settles Sex Abuse Lawsuit Involving 80 Men

April 30, 2022 2:48 PM ET The University of Southern California (USC) reached a settlement agreement Thursday with 80 men who filed lawsuits against the school after allegedly being sexually abused by a former campus doctor. USC has reached a settlement with 80 men who all say they were sexually abused by a former university…

Trump Sues Hillary Clinton, Other Democrats Who Alleged Russian Collusion

March 24, 2022 5:27 PM ET Former President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit Thursday against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Convention (DNC) for spreading “malicious” accusations that his 2016 campaign colluded with Russia.The 108-paged suit alleges that the Clinton campaign and the DNC coordinated with two senior partners at the…

Lawsuit Alleges Homeless Man Raped Woman in New York City Church

A New York City woman and her husband have filed a lawsuit claiming that in 2019, a homeless man beat and raped her in a Manhattan church until a priest intervened. The plaintiffs, identified in the filing as “Jane Doe” and “John Doe,” filed the lawsuit in New York Supreme Court against the Archdiocese of…

Judge: Claims of ‘Gentrification’ Cannot Stop New Development in South Los Angeles 

Getty Images/MasaoTaira A judge with California’s Second District Court of Appeal ruled on Thursday that revitalizing neighborhoods with nice housing and shops — what critics charge is “gentrification” — does not violate fair housing laws. The Crenshaw Subway Coalition filed a lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles, challenging the project. Judge Brian Hoffstadt, a Democrat,…

Here Is The Soros Connection To Attorneys General Supporting Mexico’s Gun Manufacturer Lawsuit In...

By Larry KeaneIt should raise eyebrows when 14 state attorneys general side with a foreign nation to sue U.S. gun manufacturers out of business. After all, these are individuals sworn to defend the rights of the citizens of their states and defend the Constitution. It raises the question of who and what would influence them…

Minneapolis Restaurants File Lawsuit Against Democrat Mayor Jacob Frey’s Vax Mandate

Numerous Minneapolis restaurants are suing Democrat Mayor Jacob Frey over the city’s vaccine mandate that went into effect on Wednesday. The mandate, issued on January 14, requires that “everyone entering an establishment that serves food or drink in Minneapolis must show proof of either being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or having a negative PCR or antigen…

VIDEO: Cracker Barrel Must Pay $4.3 Million to Man Served Sanitizer Instead of Water

Cracker Barrel was ordered to pay $4.3 million to an individual served sanitizer instead of a glass of water at the restaurant located in Tennessee in 2014. “He has a lifetime of healthcare needs facing him in the future,” attorney Thomas Greer told WTVG recently. William Cronnon expected a cup of water after going to…

FDA Wants to Wait Until 2076 to Fully Release Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine Data

The Food and Drug Administration [FDA] asked a judge this week if the agency could have 55 years to fully release the data used to license Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine, court documents show. The FDA’s 55-year plan, which would put the full release at 2076, stems from a FOIA request from a group called Public Health…

Florida Mom with OnlyFans Account Allegedly Banned from Volunteering at Her Children’s School

A mother was allegedly banned as a volunteer at her children’s school after someone informed school officials of her OnlyFans account. Victoria Triece, 30, volunteered for the past five years at Sand Lake Elementary School in Orange County, Florida, where her children, ages five and ten, attend class, NBC Miami reports. “I always wanted to be…

Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Massachusetts School District over ‘Racial Segregation,’ ‘Speech Codes’

Education advocacy group Parents Defending Education (PDE) filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Wellesley Public Schools (WPS) in Massachusetts, alleging the school district participates in racial segregation and suppression of First Amendment rights. “Nearly seven decades of Supreme Court precedent have made two things clear: Public schools cannot segregate students by race, and students do…

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