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Garcelle Beauvais: Erika Jayne divulged ‘a lot’ at ‘RHOBH’ reunion

Erika Jayne didn’t hold back her truth during the upcoming “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion, according to co-star Garcelle Beauvais. “She came to the reunion. It was long hours, and a lot was divulged,” Beauvais, 54, told the Daily Mail of Jayne, 50, on Wednesday. “Andy Cohen did not hold back.”
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U.S. congressional negotiations on police reforms fail

WASHINGTON, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Negotiations in the U.S. Congress to tighten police practices following the 2020 murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis have collapsed, Democratic Senator Cory Booker said on Wednesday, as President Joe Biden blamed Republicans for the failure. The end of congressional negotiations, at least for now,...
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Washington Sec. of State: Onslaught of election lawsuits could cause ‘significant damage’

Lawsuits filed in three Washington counties allege that ballots were manipulated during the state’s 2020 election. With claims of election fraud continuing to escalate among Republicans across the country, Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman spoke to KIRO Radio’s Gee & Ursula Show to express concerns over what’s quickly become the “new normal.”
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Trump Lawyer Suing NYT, Mary Trump Represented Former ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Star Who Recently Claimed Facebook ‘Disabled’ Account for Wishing Melania Trump a Happy Birthday

In continuing his pursuit of lawsuits related to the release of his personal and business financial records, former President Donald Trump retained a new attorney to sue his niece Mary L. Trump, The New York Times, and several Times journalists. The lawsuit, filed in New York State Supreme Court in...
New York Post

Internet ‘freedom’ at its lowest in 11 years: study

The internet is an increasingly unwelcome place for many. A new study suggests that online “freedom” is in decline — for two very different reasons, depending on who you ask. The annual report by Freedom House, a Washington, D.C.-based research and advocacy group, said this year is the 11th consecutive...
International Business Times

Bipartisan Group Of Lawmakers Fail To Reach Deal On Police-Overhaul Bill

A bipartisan group of lawmakers failed to reach a compromise on a police-overhaul bill after months of discussion following the nationwide protests on police brutality targeted towards Black Americans. Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), who worked alongside Tim Scott (R-S.C.) and Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.)...

Dammit, it’s A No-go! 🙁 Talks End with No Deal Regarding Bipartisan Police-Overhaul

*Here’s the bad news we feared we’d hear regarding the bipartisan talks aimed at overhauling police tactics and accountability. The Wall Street Journal, quoting a top Democratic negotiator, says they have ended with no agreement with lawmakers unable to reach a compromise following nationwide protests sparked by the killings of Black Americans by law-enforcement officers.

With wildfires come lawyers, but past survivors have a message: buyers beware

Attorneys in the fast-growing wildfire litigation industry are racing to recruit victims of fires ravaging parts of Northern California, and they're promising to take on a familiar target: PG&E. In July, the company disclosed that its equipment may have sparked two fires this year, including the Dixie Fire, the largest single-origin fire in California history, which to date has engulfed nearly 1,400 square miles, destroying 1,282 structures and forcing thousands to evacuate.

A Judge Tosses A Mask Lawsuit Filed By Florida School Districts

The Florida Department of Health’s rule change has short-circuited a lawsuit filed by several school districts over COVID-19 mitigation protocols. The districts sued the department over language in the rule giving parents the ability to opt their children out of mask wearing. Florida’s new surgeon general, Dr. Joseph Lapedo, is...

Activision Blizzard working with regulators to address, resolve workplace complaints as lawsuits pile up

Activision Blizzard is working with regulators to address and resolve workplace complaints as a slew of lawsuits have piled up against the video game giant. The trouble began with a lawsuit from the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing in July, which accused Activision of paying its female employees less than their male counterparts and providing them with fewer opportunities to advance, fostering a "frat boy workplace culture", and ignoring complaints by female employees of blatant harassment, discrimination and retaliation. The company issued a lengthy statement calling the DFEH's allegations "distorted, and in many cases false, descriptions of Blizzard’s past."

Vaccine mandate must prove COVID a 'grave danger' in the workplace

WASHINGTON (SBG) — It's been two weeks since President Joe Biden announced a federal vaccine or testing mandate for employers with 100 or more workers and companies are anxiously awaiting details from the Labor Department. Once the rules take effect, more than 100 million Americans will be required to get...