Monthly Archive:: July 2015

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California Man Sues Fast Food Chain After He Found Meth in His Drink

A man filed a lawsuit Wednesday against In-N-Out Burger at the Los Angeles Superior Court accusing them of allegedly serving him a drink spiked with methamphetamine. Fred Maldonado said that the beverage he bought at the In-N-Out Burger location in March 2014
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T-Mobile Announces New iPhone Monthly Plan

T-Mobile announced yesterday a new iPhone monthly plan that has attracted much attention. Customers can purchase an iPhone for $15 per month with the certainty that when the new iPhone is released the same price will be maintained. Rumors do say

National Retail Foundation Predicts Drop in Back-to-School Sales

School will start again soon and that mean parents get a break they have yearned for and the annual back-to-school specials kick off. The intense activity of preparing for school is noticed even by search engines, as noted by PM Digital’s
Heather Tenney

Ohio Woman Says Cousin Set House on Fire out of Jealousy

An Ohio family woke up in the middle of the night when one of their neighbors was knocking at their door and summoning them to run out. The inhabitants of the house, a couple, and their two dogs had to flee

U.S. Government Orders Citibank to Pay $700 Million to Consumers for Deceptive Practices

The U. S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) examined the activity in several banks and noticed illegal fees applied to customers. They started with ordering Citigroup Inc. to refund $700 million to customers. The money is to be returned to customers
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Father Beats Child Bad Enough to Require Life Support

A three-month-old baby is currently on life support at the Children’s Medical Center of Orange County after allegedly being physically assaulted by his father. Santa Ana police responded to a call last Friday and arrived at the home of Jordan Mendez,
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California Expands Health Care Services to Illegal Immigrants

Thirty-five counties in California recently started offering free health care coverage of health to illegal immigrants. The ongoing health care support is managed by the County Medical Solutions Program. They are also part of the MediCal program with a goal of
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Drunk Squirrel Causes $470 Damage to British Bar

When the secretary of the Honeybourne Railway Club in Worcestershire opened the members-only bar on Sunday, he was surprised to see the place had been trashed. However, the 62-year-old Sam Boulter would be even more shocked upon finding the culprit: a

New Research Suggests Toddlers Glued to Television Can Be the Next Victim of Abuse

Television has become the part and parcel of life for everyone. In a recent study led by Linda Pagani from the University of Montreal and CHU Sainte-Justine children’s hospital, young children around the age of 29 months who spend hours in
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New Study Shows Increase of Bath Salt Use Among Teens

Bath salts have made a splash recently in the headlines, describing erratic, aggressive, or “zombie”-like behavior among users. The use of bath salts as a psychoactive drug has also increased in recent years – even among high school students, as a