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State Farm doesn’t have to be good neighbor for a Florida woman who was unlucky enough to have a rotting corpse rudely explode in an adjacent apartment. After six years of litigation, a Palm Beach County judge ruled in favor of the insurance company, saying it did not have pay Judy Rodrigo for damages, New […] [Read More]
Seattle Mariners’ second baseman Robinson Cano makes his highly anticipated return to Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night, and chances are he gets a mixed welcome from the Bronx crowd. Cano had an illustrious career in New York after coming up in 2005. In seven season in pinstripes, the 31-year-old native of the Dominican Republic hit […] [Read More]
If you’re worried that a wizard has banded together to form a neighborhood watch in your community, don’t. It’s not Voldemort; it’s just the Ku Klux Klan. Harrisburg’s PennLive reports a local Pennsylvania chapter of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan is responding to a series of break-ins in the area of […] [Read More]
Some criminal punishments haven’t changed much from the days of scarlet letters and the stocks. In Ohio, a judge ordered Edmond Avid to hold up a sign, saying he was a bully and picked on disabled children: “I AM A BULLY! I pick on children that are disabled, and I am intolerant of those that […] [Read More]
A Philadelphia sports bar is facing trouble after making the tried-and-true mistake of joking about domestic violence. “I like my beer like I like my violence: Domestic,” a sign read in front of BarLy in Philadelphia’s Chinatown area, WCAU-TV reports. When a reporter contacted the bar, the person who wrote the sign came forward and […] [Read More]