September 27, 2012

Electronics Store settles Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Lawsuit

In Seattle, Washington, Fry’s Electronics company will pay $2.3 million to settle a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). In addition, it will implement preventative measures. The lawsuit claimed that the company harassed a young salesperson and fired a supervisor for standing up for her. The facts of the case showed that assistant manager harassed 20 year old sales associate, America Rios, at one of its retailer […]
September 26, 2012

TSA orders retraining in wake of recent racial profiling in Newark airport

After reports surfaced of racial profiling at airports in Newark, Honolulu and Boston, the Transportation Security Administration is ordering refresher training for behavior detection workers at 161 airports. In addition, the TSA is reviewing training, data collection and other elements of the nationwide program. Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security, has directed TSA to take steps to prevent profiling. Those steps include working with Homeland Security’s civil rights consultant to review training programs and curriculum; […]
September 26, 2012

Overweight Massachusetts Woman Outraged That She Was Refused Medical Treatment

Ida Davidson, a Massachusetts woman, is outraged after a doctor turned her away because of her weight. Davidson, of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, claims that Dr. Helen Carter, a primary care physician at the UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worchester, refused to treat her because she is clinically obese. Davidson claims the center has adopted a policy after several of her employees were injured while helping overweight patients. It remains unclear what type of injuries her employees […]
September 24, 2012

Manhattan VA Hospital helps women

In response to the alarming number of female veterans who have been sexually assaulted during tours of duty, Dr. Nancy Lutwak has launched a relief mission at the Manhattan VA Hospital. Dr. Lutwak has opened a female-only emergency room at the Manhattan VA Hospital to treat female veterans posttraumatic syndrome. Dr. Lutwak’s program is the first of 117 VA emergency rooms in the country. The center has dedicated a separate space and staff for women. […]
September 17, 2012

Raymond Roth violates court restraining order

Raymond Roth is a Long Island man who has been accused of faking his own death by drowning off the coast off Jones Beach. He was recently arrested for violating an order of protection which his wife issued against him because he repeatedly calls her on her cellphone. He allegedly faked his own death to collect insurance money. See full article While there has been no domestic violence in the marriage described above, some women […]
August 20, 2012

Fake Drowning by Long Island Man being Investigated

Evana Roth is the wife of Raymond Roth. She recently held a press conference stating that as she was planning her husband’s funeral she discovered that he had not actually died from drowning at Jones Beach. Her husband was discovered to be alive and well in Florida. She now suspects it was all a scam to collect on money from a life insurance policy. She also now fears for her safety after she revealed emails […]
September 23, 2010

Miami Heat’s Dwayne Wade Begins Bitter Custody Battle Against Ex-Wife

NBA superstar Dwyane Wade is ensued in a bitter custody battle over his children, after an ugly divorce that finally settled in June, having lasted nearly three years.  The custody trial began in Chicago on September 8, 2010, where the Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade filed suit for sole custody against his ex-wife, his high school sweetheart, Siohvaughn Wade, of their two young sons, ages 8 and 4.  The court appointed attorney for the two […]