On Friday, at Rittman High School just outside of Akron, Ohio, junior Nick Andre’s composition class assignment was to write a poem about something that makes him mad.
The University of California, Davis police officer who pepper-sprayed a group of protesters in 2011 has been awarded a $38,056 settlement for mental anguish.
A single mom down on her luck was caught shoplifting at a Miami supermarket, but she didn’t get hauled off to jail.
“I have $500 worth and it costs $350 cash. No I will not do half!” read another posting from the Atlanta area. “I don’t need to sell. If you would like to get an extra $150 to $175 in grocery and pay no taxes and can see the benefit that you will still be saving then email me or call me and we can arrange the whole deal as soon as you like.”
Twenty-one years later, a Fresno lawyer said McDonald’s is still serving piping hot coffee.
Unfortunately, many journalists take trial-lawyer Susan Saladoff’s conspiracy theory about the McDonald’s coffee case at face value, and don’t sufficiently scrutinize the movie’s claims. Here are some questions for more enterprising journalists to ask.
Unfortunately, a $9 million fraud was just uncovered. These ‘Pink Ribbon’ companies maliciously prey upon the sensitivities of women.
Susan G. Komen is coming under fire because one of their own spoke out against Planned Parenthood last year. Fact is, they are a great organization that funnels a full 80+% of their money to research, treatment, screenings, and awareness. The writer of this article clearly has no idea what they are talking about.