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A federal judge says the US Federal Trade Commission can proceed with an antitrust lawsuit against Meta, formerly known as Facebook, after dismissing the suit last year. District of Columbia Judge James Boasberg said in an opinion released today that the FTC’s first complaint had “stumbled out of the starting blocks.” But a revised version, […]

(AP) – A federal judge has ruled that the Federal Trade Commission’s revised antitrust suit against Meta, formerly known as Facebook, can proceed, shutting down the social media company’s request for a dismissal. In a revised complaint filed last August, the FTC argues that the company pursued a “buy or bury” strategy against rivals to […]

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As Hurricane Laura, an enormous Class four hurricane, lashed southwestern Louisiana on Aug. 27, 2020, Darryl and Karen Drewett had been using the storm out at their residence in Lake Charles. Boards secured towards home windows to guard the glass bowed, and their chimney collapsed underneath the strain of the wind. The Brewetts survived Laura […]

iStock/franckreporter (CHICAGO) — A judge has temporarily barred Chicago authorities from releasing body camera video, described by a prosecutor in chilling detail, of Chicago police Officer Ella French being gunned down during a traffic stop. The Civilian Office of Police Accountability in Chicago said in a statement that it received the order Monday from a […]