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  • President Trump Signs Newly Drafted Travel Ban Executive Order

    The Trump Administration’s “travel ban” executive order, which many critics called a “Muslim ban” instead, was met with controversy and angry protests across the United States and countries beyond. Most of the heated responses stemmed from the fact that green card holders from around the world were being detained at airports with little to no explanation. After a federal court blocked and ...
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  • 412 Million FriendFinder Accounts Leaked Due to Recent Hacker Attack

    You may recall that last year, around 40 million user accounts registered at Ashley Madison , an online website promoting a “safe place” to commit adultery, were exposed to the public due to a hack and data leak. The direct result was countless divorces across the world being filed once spouses dabbling in infidelity were outed and put on the “cheater” list. Now, another hacker attack seems to ...
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  • Divorce Seems to Spike in August & March

    When researchers at the University of Washington started to analyze divorce filing records from 2001 to 2015, they expected they would see a fairly even graph with some slight difference. What they got was a bit more surprising. According to their findings, a considerable spike of divorce filings occur in both March and August and a noticeable dip in filings occur in November and into December. ...
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  • Actress Sofia Vergara Still Sorting Through Embryo Legal Battle

    Hollywood actress Sofia Vergara, largely popular due to her role on a sitcom called Modern Family , used vitro fertilization methods in November 2013 to cryogenically freeze and store two of her embryos for safekeeping. As a woman in her 40s, she and her fiancé, Nick Loeb, were not sure if motherhood would be an option later on and apparently agreed to freeze the embryos just in case. Troubles ...
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  • OK State Law Redefines Rape After Criminal Trial Outcome Outrage

    A legal loophole in how Oklahoma defines sexual assault and rape has led to the acquittal of a 17-year old boy who, as far as most people in the state are concerned, essentially admitted to raping an intoxicated 16-year old girl. The alleged victim was found to have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level over four times the legal limit after a night of drinking with her alleged assaulter. While ...
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