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No Name Sports Bar Faces Lawsuit for Alleged Disability Discrimination

No Name Sports Bar Faces Lawsuit for Alleged Disability Discrimination

The owners of No Name Sports Bar, a hospitality establishment in Sebastian, Florida, received a lawsuit from two of its former employees for their alleged disability discrimination.

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US Imposes Over $2 Million Penalties Against Some Airlines, Securing $1 Billion in Refunds

US Imposes Over $2 Million Penalties Against Some Airlines, Securing $1 Billion in Refunds

The US DOT fined three airlines over $2 million and ordered them to repay customers for COVID-19-canceled flights.

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Donald Trump Joins TikTok in Surprise Move, Uploads Attendance in UFC 302

Donald Trump Joins TikTok in Surprise Move, Uploads Attendance in UFC 302

Former US president Donald Trump joined TikTok in a surprise move, with his first video post being his attendance on UFC 302.

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Chinese Spacecraft Lands on Moon's Far Side to Collect Samples in Space Race with US

Chinese Spacecraft Lands on Moon's Far Side to Collect Samples in Space Race with US

A Chinese spacecraft has successfully landed on the moon's far side to collect rock samples, marking the latest move in the growing space rivalry with the US.

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Boeing Scrubs Starliner Launch, Complicating Company’s Passenger Jet Woes

Boeing Prepares for June 1 Launch Attempt of Starliner

Boeing makes another attempt to launch its its Starliner spacecraft en route to the International Space Station, carrying two NASA astronauts and a crucial replacement for the ISS’s urine processor pump aboard.

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Jury Finds Former President Donald Trump Guilty On All 34 Counts In Hush Money Trial

Elon Musk's X to Host Donald Trump in Town Hall Session

Elon Musk's X and NewsNation would be staging a town hall with former US President Donald Trump, but the date and location is yet to be determined.

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Views Of Tankers & Refineries As Oil Trades Near 12-Year Low

Ex-Citgo Executives Imprisoned in Venezuela File $400 Million Lawsuit vs. Oil Firm

Alirio and Jose Luis Zambrano, two of the six Citgo executives who were trapped and imprisoned in Venezuela, have accused their former company of abandoning them in a lawsuit filed in Houston.

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US Reportedly Close to Finalizing Deal With Moderna to Fund Its Bird Flu Vaccine Trial

US Reportedly Close to Finalizing Deal With Moderna to Fund Its Bird Flu Vaccine Trial

The US government is reportedly in the final stages of negotiations to fund a late-stage trial of Moderna's mRNA bird flu vaccine amid the outbreak spreading in dairy cows.

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Amid Walmart Mass Layoff in US, Walmart Philippine Supplier is Hiring Thousands of Factory Workers

Walmart Customers Report Being Overcharged at Self-Checkout Machines

Walmart revealed that its self-checkout machines have overcharged its customers with an average of 1.88% of all the total amount of items, with around 80% of those affected already being reimbursed.

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Ex-Deutsche Bank Executive Rashawn Russell Gets 3 Years’ Jail Time for Crypto Fraud

Former Deutsche Bank executive Rashawn Russell has been found guilty of running a Ponzi-like scheme where he promised investors ‘guaranteed’ cryptocurrency results.

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Amazon Fails to Dismiss FTC Lawsuit About Forcing Users to Subscribe to Prime Streaming Service

Amazon Fails to Dismiss FTC Lawsuit About Forcing Users to Subscribe to Prime Streaming Service

Amazon failed to convince a US district court to dismiss the Federal Trade Commission’s lawsuit accusing the tech giant of allegedly tricking people into signing up for its Prime service.

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Chinese Man Arrested as Cybercrime Ringleader in US-Led Bust; Luxury Assets Confiscated

Chinese Man Arrested as Cybercrime Ringleader in US-Led Bust; Luxury Assets Confiscated

The US and its allies arrested a Chinese man accused of leading a global cybercrime network, seizing millions in assets, involved in defrauding the American government of billions of dollars during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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US Refuses to Comment Bombs Dropped in Rafah are American-Made

US Refuses to Comment Bombs Dropped in Rafah are American-Made

Top US officials have refused to comment whether American-made munitions were used at an Israeli airstrike that left 45 people dead and 200 more injured.

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McDonald’s Says $18 Big Mac Meal was ‘Exception’ After Social Media Buzz Exaggerates Price Increase

McDonald’s Says $18 Big Mac Meal was ‘Exception’ After Social Media Buzz Exaggerates Price Increase

McDonald’s denied the allegations suggesting that its Big Mac meal has doubled since 2019, stressing that last summer’s $18 Big Mac meal in a Connecticut store was an ‘exception’ compared to the average Big Mac price of $5.29 in 2024.

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Meta to Remove Posts Targeting Jews as 'Zionists' Amid Policy Update

Meta Uncovers 'Likely AI-Generated' Content Deceptively Supporting Israel on Facebook, Instagram

Meta revealed that it discovered "likely AI-generated" content on Facebook and Instagram, deceptively posted by accounts impersonating various citizen groups to praise Israel's handling of the Gaza conflict.

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