In August, Apple became the first U.S. firm to reach a market cap of more than $1 trillion, and coasted through most of 2018 as the highest-valued company in the world. But over the past three months, the tech giant’s stock price has been in a free fall — and the firm blames China’s economy.
A federal judge issued the stunning decision that police and school officials had no responsibility to shield the children entrusted to their care when they were attacked at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School. U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom dismissed the lawsuit from 15 students who survived the massacre. Defendants included the Broward County Sheriff’s Office,
ALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP/Getty Images by Kristina Wong20 Apr 20180 20 Apr, 201820 Apr, 2018 The Democratic National Committee is suing the Russian government, the Trump campaign, and WikiLeaks for allegedly disrupting the 2016 campaign, in what appears to be a desperate attempt to keep a collusion narrative going ahead of November mid-term elections. The multi-million dollar
As Florida’s top court debates the governing standard for admission of scientific evidence in court, the spotlight has once again been thrown on the dilemma facing judges when trying to pick through multiple expert testimonies, often containing questionable and conflicting conclusions. This closely watched case hinges on the importance of ensuring high standards of
A woman who claimed that she saw Bigfoot is suing the state of California for not recognizing her sighting after National Park Service officials told her that she probably saw a bear. Claudia Ackley, 46, filed a lawsuit against the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to get the agency to recognize Bigfoot—a hairy, ape-like