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The parents of a Milford, Conn., elementary student are suing the Milford school district for discrimination after they say "rumors" propagated by concerned school officials about whether their daughter had Ebola effectively imposed a "disability" on her.
That handsome stranger who likes piña coladas and getting caught in the rain, the one who just winked at you online? He might be a computer-generated fake, trying to trick you into upgrading to a paid online dating membership, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
A prearraignment interview procedure routinely used by the Queens District Attorney's Office has been ruled invalid by the New York Court of Appeals, which found it renders subsequent Miranda warnings "inadequate and ineffective."
The first bellwether trials over alleged defects in Zimmer Holdings Inc.'s recalled Durom Cup hip implant are moving ahead, with the first one set for Monday.