Christmas Torts: The 2020 Listing Of Holiday Mishaps And Madness

Authored by Jonathan Turley, ’Tis the season for the Christmas tort. For lawyers, Christmas remains a horn-of-plenty for the practice of law. Indeed, mayhem and madness have been part of Christmas since its very founding. Thus, each year we gather for the posting of the annual list…

El Al plane diverted during air strike on Syria to avoid anti-aircraft fire

Cypriot air traffic control reached out to an El Al plane en route to Tel Aviv and helped it divert from the Syrian and Lebanese coasts as airstrikes attributed to Israel against Iran-backed militias in the area were taking place early Friday morning. Take A Look At…

Churchgoers were urged not to engage in any abusive behavior toward the police.

As of Friday, there were 15,632 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba, including 266 deaths and 6,487 recoveries. Hildebrandt told The Epoch Times, “This principle is not just about in-person services — this is a wholesale attack on faith and the freedom of the church…

A “Case” You Probably Didn’t Read About

A friend in Georgia called to let me know a junior high school student who attends the same school as her 13-year-old son tried to kill herself the other day. She was found hanging from a cord she’d wound over the shower head in her…

A deal could fall apart without fisheries

Speaking on Monday morning, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said that fishing is a more difficult issue than competition rules. Without an agreement on fishing, “the whole thing could fall on the back of it,” he said, stressing the importance of this subject to the…

Nike, Coca-Cola, others reportedly lobbying against Uighur Chinese labor bill

Nike and Coca-Cola are among a number of companies seeking to water down a bill that would ban imports from a region of China where products are made through forced labor by minority Muslim groups being held in detention camps, according to a report. The…