A 24-year-old New Jersey woman booked a camel ride in Morocco through TripAdvisor's Viator tour booking site. The camel she ended up riding was pregnant and it threw her off and she broke her arm, reports the Boston Globe. The woman said doctors in Morocco had to perform surgery on her arm to prevent permanent nerve damage. Now she's suing TripAdvisor for negligence and breach of contract.
A fellow in New York filed a class action lawsuit against King's Hawaiian, makers of sweet rolls and other baked goods, because their rolls are no longer made in Hawaii, but rather in Torrance, California. I eat King's Hawaiian rolls on occasion and I never considered whether they were baked in Hawaii or not. They're… READ THE REST
Eric Coomer, the security director for Dominion Voting Systems, which supplied vote-counting technology for 28 states in the 2020 presidential election, has been receiving death threats ever since Trump and his enablers started making baseless claims that he helped "rig" the machines to ensure a Biden victory. Today, Coomer filed a lawsuit against "the Trump… READ THE REST
Former congresswoman Katie Hill filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles on Tuesday that claims ex-husband and the owners of Redstate.com and the Daily Mail distributed sexual images of her that amounted to "nonconsensual porn." The suit claims the outlets did not have a "carte blanche right" under the First Amendment to "sexually degrade and expose… READ THE REST
When the new flagship phone of the Android universe, the Samsung S21, rolls out on Jan. 29, it'll be the latest smartphone leap forward, yet still part of a curious trend that doesn't make any buyers happy. Just like the iPhone 12 when it debuted last year, the S21 will be hitting store shelves without… READ THE REST
It's just a water bottle, right? Wrong. A decade ago, most of us loved the convenience of bottled water. Now, a plastic water bottle has undergone a public perception metamorphosis. What was once the height of ease and simplicity is now basically viewed as a detriment to the environment. READ THE REST
If you want to learn to code, but don't know where to begin…welcome to programming. Seriously, there are dozens of different avenues for understanding how to use everything from Java and Python to C++, Ruby on Rails, and more. Each programming discipline or tool also comes with its own set of strengths and weaknesses that… READ THE REST