This week, the Justice Department came to a conclusion that officer Darren Wilson did nothing illegal when he shot and killed Michael Brown back on August 9th, declining to indict him.
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So, Michael's parents are doing the only thing they can and are suing Wilson in civil court. Their attorney Daryl Parks made a statement on Thursday, saying:
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The U.S. Department of Justice's lawsuit that was looming in the distance has now crashed down on top of Lance Armstrong, and we're hearing that someone who used to love him might have to testify against him!
Lance better hope there's a little love left, which we wouldn't bet on, because Kristin Armstrong is his EX-WIFE!
The DoJ filed a 33 page court document, and brings about the possibility that she may be called as a witness in the trial.
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Did you think Lance Armstrong could come half-way clean and everyone would just forget about what he did??
NOPE! The U.S. Justice Department has officially filed a lawsuit against Lance (it was inevitable) and his company Tailwind Sports for the millions of dollars that the U.S. Postal Service used in sponsoring the cycling team! We'd say they have every right to, too!
So how much are they going for?
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Lance Armstrong has another hurdle to go over!
According to reports, the Justice Department is joining biker, Floyd Landis in a lawsuit that was filed a couple years ago against Lance, and we don't know about you, but we think Armstrong is gonna have a tough time getting out of this one!!
The reason why the government decided to jump on the suit is because
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OMG. Why won't they let this GO!?
The Obama Administration is putting taxpayer's money to good use by asking the Supreme Court to decide whether or not CBS should be fined $550,000 for Janet Jackson's infamous wardrobe malfunction during the Super Bowl halftime show in 2004.
As we mentioned last year, a federal appeals court ruled
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The U.S. Justice Department thinks Apple went a step too far by conspiring with publishers to create fixed eBook prices and has filed an antitrust lawsuit against the company to teach it a lesson in fairness.
Even though some publishers have already settled, the company behind the iPad is disputing the charges by arguing that pricing agreements with publishers only enhanced competition in a market dominated by Amazon.
The government wants
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This is very disturbing.
In a Minnesota school district repped by Michele Bachmann, there have been a total of NINE teenage suicides in two years. Awful.
According to reports, the teens who have killed themselves were largely gay or perceived as gay, or bullying victims.
Thus far, Bachmann has
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