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Elevator Pranks Go Viral A couple of videos have gone viral on the internet over the past couple of weeks and they feature ghastly pranks committed by a Brazilian television station. The pranks were committed by variety show host Silvio Santos. The first video…>read more

No Comment December 5, 2012

Popularity of Papa John’s Drops Following CEO’s Comments A study was released by YouGov BrandIndex that shows the popularity of casual diners of Papa John’s has dropped following the comments made by CEO John Schnatter about Obamacare. The company’s Buzz score was at 32 on election day. Since…>read more

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Elizabeth Warren to be Named to Senate Banking Committee After being sworn into office in January, United States Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren will reportedly join the Senate Banking Committee, according to Bloomberg. Warren is a law professor from Harvard University. According to Democratic aides, leaders in the Senate are going…>read more

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Veteran of U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Joins Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo The law firm of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. announced via a press release on Wednesday morning that Marty B. Lorenzo is joining the firm as a member. He will be working in the firm’s Corporate &…>read more

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K&L Gates to Merge with Middletons in January In an update to a story we previously covered, the law firm of K&L Gates from Pittsburgh is preparing to merge with the Australian firm of Middletons. The merger is set to take effect in the month of January. The…>read more

No Comment December 4, 2012

Former Pilot of John Travolta Files Lawsuit Against Actor John Travolta is being sued by a former pilot who claims that he had a private gay relationship with the actor, according to a report from TMZ. The pilot said that he did not sign a confidentiality agreement with Travolta…>read more

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Judge Rules Lawsuit Against Thomas Jefferson School of Law can Continue   A judge from San Diego decided against dismissing the fraud lawsuit filed against the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, according to The National Law Journal. Five similar lawsuits against other law schools have been thrown out of court since…>read more

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EPA Changes Policy, Angering Justices on Supreme Court Justices from the Supreme Court chastised the Obama administration for unexpected changes in rules for a key environmental dispute that caused uncertainty in the Supreme Court on Monday, according to a report from CNN. On Friday, final rules issued by…>read more

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China Holds Masturbation Contest to Celebrate World AIDS Day There never seems to be a slow news day, ever, especially with the internet and all of its wonders. We have an incredibly grabbing story to bring you from China, where the country’s first World AIDS Day Masturbation Contest took…>read more

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Sheldon Adelson Donated $150 Million to Republican Groups In a report from the Huffington Post, billionaire Sheldon Adelson spent $150 million into the presidential campaign for the Republican Party in an effort to remove Barack Obama from the White House. Adelson is a casino tycoon who funded multiple…>read more

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