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McDonald’s Sued by Workers for Pay Practices

McDonald’s Sued by Workers for Pay Practices   The world’s largest restaurant chain, McDonald’s Corp., is being sued by employees who claim they are being idled without pay for minutes and hours while at work, according to Bloomberg. They are being idled without pay when demand from…>read more

No Comment March 14, 2014

10 Million Dollars in Buried Gold Found by California Couple May Have Been Stolen

10 Million Dollars in Buried Gold Found by California Couple May Have Been Stolen   The gold coins, interestingly enough are linked to a bank heist at the San Francisco mint, way back in 1899. An old newspaper clipping of the heist was found by a collector, and apparently about the same amount of…>read more

No Comment March 5, 2014

Man Sues McDonald’s for Napkin Refusal and Racist Remarks

Man Sues McDonald’s for Napkin Refusal and Racist Remarks   A lawsuit has resulted from a customer at a Pacoima, California McDonald’s being given just one napkin when making a purchase, according to TMZ. The customer, Webster Lucas, asked for more napkins and was refused. He was also subjected…>read more

3 Comments March 4, 2014

Law Only Prohibited Talking on Phone, Not Looking at Map

Law Only Prohibited Talking on Phone, Not Looking at Map     Many strict laws in recent years meant to reduce distracted driving caused by cell phones have been passed in states, California included. The L.A. Times reported that the state argued the law, which prohibits “using a wireless telephone…>read more

No Comment February 28, 2014

Federal Court Strikes down San Diego Requirements of Showing “Good Cause” to Get a Concealed-Carry Gun License

Federal Court Strikes down San Diego Requirements of Showing “Good Cause” to Get a Concealed-Carry Gun License In a ruling that gave a jolt to gun-control advocates, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals voided San Diego’s requirements that applicants for concealed-carry gun licenses show “good cause” before being issued a permit to carry a concealed weapon.…>read more

No Comment February 14, 2014

Sergio Garcia Becomes a Lawyer

Sergio Garcia Becomes a Lawyer   The journey of Sergio C. Garcia from coming to the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant, and continuing to be denied his Green Card, while he kept excelling in every endeavor is the stuff of novels and movies. On Saturday,…>read more

No Comment February 4, 2014

Court Rules That Disability Rights Apply to Exam for Law School

Court Rules That Disability Rights Apply to Exam for Law School   A law was passed in 2012 that targeted the process of flagging scores of disabled students who took the law school admission test. The flagging was done by the Law School Admission Council, according to the SF Gate. Now,…>read more

No Comment January 15, 2014

Nadya Suleman, ‘Octomom,’ Charged with Welfare Fraud

Nadya Suleman, ‘Octomom,’ Charged with Welfare Fraud   Octomom was charged on Monday with welfare fraud after she failed to report close to $30,000 in earnings, according to a report from CBS Los Angeles. The announcement was made by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Octomom’s…>read more

No Comment January 14, 2014

Google Purchases Nest for $3.2 Billion

Google Purchases Nest for $3.2 Billion   It was announced on Tuesday that Google has purchased Nest for $3.2 billion in cash, according to a report from USA Today. Nest makes digital smoke alarms and thermostats. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.   This…>read more

No Comment January 14, 2014

Lena Dunham Defends Nudity in HBO Show “Girls”

Lena Dunham Defends Nudity in HBO Show “Girls”   The head character in the HBO comedy, “Girls,” is naked quite often during the show. It is played by Lena Dunham, the show’s creator. The season three press conference was held at the semi-annual Television Critics Association in Pasadena,…>read more

No Comment January 10, 2014

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