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What Do Divorce and Cryptocurrency Have in Common?

Divorce is considered the second-most stressful life event a human can experience. The crumbling of a relationship you have put years or decades of your life into, including your financial assets, can be devastating. And now that some of those assets have gone digital for…

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Snap Can Be Sued for Fatal Car Crash

On May 28, 2017, three young men were killed while driving more than 100 miles per hour down a road in Lyons, Wisconsin. In the moments leading up to the crash, Jason Davis, 17, had kept his foot on the accelerator pedal as the two…

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Johnson & Johnson $2 Billion Baby Powder Verdict Appeal Rejected

The nation’s highest court refused on June 1 to hear an appeal from household giant Johnson & Johnson. $2 billion was awarded to women who sued the company over its classic talc products, claiming asbestos in the products gave them ovarian cancer. Johnson & Johnson…

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Changes Considered on How Military Handles Sexual Assault

It has been one year since the dismembered body of Vanessa Guillen was found near the Leon River in Texas. In the middle of a raging pandemic, the tragedy pushed Americans around the country to join together. They demanded answers on why the U.S. Army…

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Status of COVID-19 Vaccines for Children

As more and more adults have received COVID-19 vaccines, eyes turn to those under 18. In May, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine emergency use authorization (EUA) status for those aged 12 to 15. In December, the FDA issued their original…

Washington, DC - January 6, 2021: Police confront rioters around Capitol building where pro-Trump supporters riot and breached the Capitol

Individuals Involved in U.S. Capitol Breach Facing Multiple Criminal Charges

On January 6, 2021, a group of Americans stormed the U.S. Capitol building. Splashed across newspapers, websites and social media, photos cataloged their assault on the Capitol. By the end of the day, four people died, with a fifth (a Capitol Police officer) succumbing to…

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Trump Impeachment Prosecutor Val Demings May Take on Marco Rubio

In January 2020, U.S. Representative Val Demings, now 64, was one of the seven impeachment managers who prosecuted Donald Trump for improperly seeking help from Ukrainian officials in helping his reelection campaign. Soon after the U.S. Senate decided to acquit the former president, the head…

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Access to Legal Services May Improve Under Biden

On May 18, 2021, President Biden signed a presidential memo to expand access to legal counsel, legal representation and the courts. The Biden administration’s executive action could improve inequalities in the justice system and ensure that more minorities, those with low incomes and other vulnerable…

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