Man Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Murder a Woman He Thought Was a Witch

North Dakota man Akmal Azizov pleaded guilty to attempted murder October 7 after attacking a woman he believed to be a witch. The Bismarck Tribune reports Azizov had stalked the woman for three weeks because he "needed to slay her." ...

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Dell to pay $7 million to settle discrimination case

By: Kara Carlson Round Rock-based Dell Technologies will pay $7 million to settle allegations of race and gender-based wage discrimination, the U.S. Labor Department said. Dell Technologies will provide $7 million in lost wages, interest and ...

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Two Brooklyn Bloods gang members are guilty in trial with testimony from Tekashi69

By: Stephen Rex Brown New York Daily News A pair of Nine Trey Bloods gangsters were found guilty Thursday of drug dealing and other mayhem around the city — thanks in large part to the testimony of their former friend and fellow Blood, ...

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$8.2M Verdict for Pedestrian Struck by Teenage Driver

By: Law Firm Newswire LaBovick Law Group obtained an $8.2 million verdict on behalf of a pedestrian struck by an SUV driven by a teenager. On January 18, 2014, Charles Jacobus was attempting to cross North Military Trail to catch a bus when he was ...

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Minority Teachers, Florida Reach $15.5M Bias Settlement

By: Jim Saunders News Service of Florida The state Department of Education and the Florida Education Association asked a federal judge Thursday to preliminarily approve a $15.5 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit alleging that the ...

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