President Donald Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven mid-east counties will continue to go unenforced as judges on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the executive order failed to meet necessary constitutional criteria.
The Salvation Army and real estate speculator Richard Basciano reached a record breaking $227 million settlement following civil suits related to the 2013 Center City building collapse. So reports Philly.com.
Former Knicks star Charles Oakley was charged with three third-degree misdemeanor counts of assault and a third-degree count of criminal trespass after an altercation in the stands of Madison Square Garden. So reports ESPN.
Coffee seller Starbucks sent a letter to its employees informing them the chain is partnering with Ernest & Young to provide free legal advice to assist with “immigration issues” and to get information in “these uncertain times.” So reports Fortune.
Australian singer Kylie Minogue successfully blocked a U.S. trademark application from Kylie Jenner regarding the use of their mutual name. So reports the Entertainment Weekly.