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Lenders Begin to Give Coronavirus Relief to Borrowers

Lender are beginning to give relief to borrowers in the midst of the coronavirus crisis. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are government-sponsored enterprises that back millions of mortgages. This week, they said that they may suspend mortgage payments for up

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Bojangles Sued for Sexual Harassment and Retaliation

Bojangles’ slogan was once “Ain’t no party like a Bojangles’ Party.”  A supervisor at a North Carolina Bojangles may have taken that slogan a bit too far.  Stacie Harris, a manager for 10 years at Bojangles, alleges that she complained

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Houston Astros Sued by Season Ticket Holder

The Houston Astros’ problems continue to mount. The Astros’ cheating scandal has been well documented and any punishment that the team receives from Major League Baseball is well deserved for violating the sanctity of the game.  The Astros have recently

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Court Dismisses Slander Claims Against Alec Baldwin

A New York Judge has ruled that actor Alec Baldwin’s critical comments of another man’s driving are not slander. This dispute began in November 2018 when Baldwin and Wojciech Cieszkowski got into a publicized dispute over a Manhattan parking spot.

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