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A Ukrainian man, who uses the pseudonym “Mr. M” to protect his identity, has filed a complaint against the Russians who allegedly tortured him and another person who facilitated the international war crime. Although Ukrainian authorities have opened investigations and prosecutions of Russian war criminals since the 2022 invasion, this case is garnering attention because

The owners of the popular Chinese-owned short video platform TikTok recently filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government to block a new law that would ban the app unless its parent company sells it to an American company before January 2025.

The law in question landed on President Joe Biden’s desk last month after sailing

Ladies’ Night might be a bit antiquated as far as promotions go. But is it illegal discrimination?

The Fresno Grizzlies, a minor-league low-A baseball team now affiliated with the Colorado Rockies, would like to know. They are facing a $5 million lawsuit over a “Ladies Night” promotion that offered free admission to female fans.

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