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States Sue Generic Drug Makers Over Alleged Price-Fixing Schemes
By Steve LeBlanc and Martin Crustsinger, AP
The states claim the companies artificially inflated and manipulated prices for more than 100 different generic drugs.
Federal Appeals Court Denies Chelsea Manning's Bail Request
By Sarah N. Lynch, Reuters
The former U.S. Army intelligence officer has been detained since March for refusing to testify in the government's Wikileaks case.
Steve Wynn's Company Covered Up Sexual Misconduct Claims For Years, State Investigation Finds
By Philip Marcelo, AP
The casino mogul and former Republican National Committee finance chair was ousted last year after multiple sexual misconduct claims from casino employees.
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Australian Court Rules Farting At Someone May Not Be Bullying
The victim said that his former supervisor -- who he called "Mr. Stinky" -- would fart around him five or six times a day.
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EU Regulators Hit Google With $1.7B Fine For Blocking Rival Ads
It’s the third time the commission has slapped Google with an antitrust penalty.
Google Paid Former Exec $35 Million After Harassment Claim
Former executive Amit Singhal has denied the claims against him.
U.S. Women's Soccer Team Sues Federation For Equal Pay
By Anne M. Peterson, AP
The team filed a gender discrimination lawsuit just three months before the Women's World Cup.
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Colorado's Masterpiece Cakeshop Ends Battle Over Transgender Woman's Cake With State
By Kathleen Foody, AP
Jack Phillips, who was at the center of a Supreme Court battle over a gay wedding cake last year, dubbed the agreement a victory.
Wynn Resorts Fined $20 Million Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations
By Ken Ritter, Associated Press
Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn, who is facing rape accusations, was not part of the settlement.
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Judge Sued Over Calling Immigration On Couple's Wedding Day
By Mark Scolforo, AP
Alexander Parker sued a judge after she wrongly suspected he's illegally in the U.S. and detained him on his wedding day.
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Kim Davis Must Pay Legal Fees After Same-Sex Marriage Battle, Kentucky Governor Says
By Adam Beam, AP
Gov. Matt Bevin's lawyers say taxpayers “should not have to collectively bear the financial responsibility for Davis' intransigence."
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Google Hit With $57M Fine Under New EU Law Over Targeted Ads
It’s one of the biggest regulatory enforcement actions since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, came into force in May.
Supreme Court Was Set To Meet Over Mueller Foreign Mystery Corporation
Company wants to file appeal under secret seal; reporters are arguing that case should be made public.
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Oregon Bakery Fined For Turning Away Lesbian Couple Will Appeal To Supreme Court
The former owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa were ordered to pay $135,000 in damages to the women.
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Elon Musk Is Being Sued By The Securities And Exchange Commission
By Jonathan Stempel, Reuters
The lawsuit was filed Thursday.
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Facebook Content Moderator Says Job Gave Her PTSD, Sues Company
The lawsuit says Facebook has ignored its duty to keep moderators from being "irreparably traumatized."
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FCC Hiding Evidence Of Suspected Russian Role In Ending Net Neutrality: Lawsuit
The suit filed by The New York Times alleges an "orchestrated campaign'' by Russians to corrupt democratic rule-making.
Illinois Woman Claims She Was Assaulted Inside Retirement Home For Being Gay
By Ellen Wulfhorst, Reuters
Marsha Wetzel says she was threatened, spit on and knocked over by the home's residents.
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Ex-Employees Sue Nike For Gender Discrimination
The lawsuit is the latest accusation about a problematic Nike corporate culture.
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The Supreme Court Just Helped Chipotle Boot 2,814 Workers From A Wage Theft Lawsuit
A judge’s order shows the real-world effects of the court’s decision to let employers force workers to give up their right to class-action lawsuits.
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Poultry Plant Workers Awarded $3.75 Million After 8-Year Lawsuit
By APNewsNow, Associated Press
Hispanic and female Koch Foods employees said they faced a toxic workplace.
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Fired Haitian Dishwashers Receive $2.5 Million From Posh Miami Hotel
Federal officials alleged that workers who lost their jobs at the SLS South Beach were victims of racial discrimination.
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Fired Delta Employees Say They Were 'Singled Out' For Speaking Korean
They say in a lawsuit against Delta that they worked on flights to and from Korea, with many passengers who spoke Korean.
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Federal Judge Dismisses Groundbreaking Climate Change Lawsuits Against Big Oil
San Francisco and Oakland had sued major oil firms to hold them accountable for global warming’s damaging effects.
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Supreme Court Throws Out Immigrant Teen Abortion Ruling
By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters
It's a legal victory for Trump’s administration.
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Giuliani Says Russia Probe Subpoena Would Start Legal Battle: Report
By Timothy Gardner, Reuters
“If Mueller tries to subpoena us, we’re going to court."
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