California Electric Car Giant Fisker Files for Bankruptcy: A Sign Of The Fading EV Fad?

In what appears to be a sign of the times, Fisker, the Southern California-based electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, marking a significant blow to the burgeoning EV industry. This development raises questions about whether the excitement around EVs was more of a passing trend than a sustainable revolution. Fisker’s…

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DeSantis on the Defense: Florida Court Ruling Challenges Condo Owners

More than 2.5 million Floridians enjoy the benefits of condominium living. Multi-story towers offer residents proximity to scenic views, workplaces, family, and recreational activities. Condominium ownership comes with significant financial responsibilities. Beyond the initial purchase cost, ongoing investments are necessary to maintain and support the infrastructure, protecting both the value of the property and the…

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Republican AG Files Lawsuit: Kansas Takes on Pfizer Over COVID Vaccine, Stock Down 2%

Kansas has launched a legal battle against pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, Inc., accusing the company of misleading the public about the safety and efficacy of its COVID-19 vaccine. The state alleges that Pfizer promoted the vaccine as “safe” despite being aware of serious potential side effects. This lawsuit, filed in the District Court of Thomas County,…

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Pope Francis’s Dilemma: 450 Abuse Claims Spark Church Taxation Outcry Amidst San Diego Bankruptcy

The Diocese of San Diego has officially filed for bankruptcy amidst a surge of lawsuits alleging sexual abuse of minors by priests, religious, and lay members. Cardinal Robert McElroy made the announcement July 17th, marking the second time the diocese has sought bankruptcy protection. The decision comes in response to approximately 450 lawsuits, 16 months…

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Deep-Sea Mining Exploitation of Nauru Exposed

On Sunday night’s episode of Last Week Tonight, John Oliver tackled the contentious subject of deep-sea mining, with a particular focus on the Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ). This Europe-sized area, located three miles beneath the Pacific Ocean between Mexico and Hawaii, is under scrutiny for its vast reserves of precious metals and unique deep-sea life. Oliver’s…

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DeSantis New Condo Law: Florida Owners Flee in Financial Strain

Governor Ron DeSantis has signed into law HB 1021, which will overhaul state regulations governing condominium oversight and management effective July 1. The legislation, unanimously passed by the Legislature in March, aims to bolster accountability among condo boards regarding maintenance, repairs, reserves, and recordkeeping. This legislative response follows heightened scrutiny after the tragic 2021 Surfside…

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