Philadelphia Reaches Settlement with Gun Parts Manufacturers to Halt Sales of ‘Ghost Guns’ in Effort to Curb Gun Violence

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania — In a significant development, two gun parts manufacturers have agreed to temporarily halt sales of their products in Philadelphia and other parts of Pennsylvania. The announcement came as city officials settled their lawsuit against Polymer80 and JSD Supply. The companies were accused of perpetuating gun violence by manufacturing and selling untraceable weapons, commonly known as “ghost guns.” The lawsuit was part of a broader legal effort to restrict the marketing of assemble-at-home guns. According to city officials, Philadelphia filed the suit in July, citing the manufacturers’ reckless business practices that threatened public … Read more

Live Updates: Chad Daybell Jury Selection Reaches Day 3 as Potential Jurors Face Tough Questions

BOISE, Idaho — Jury selection for the trial of Chad Daybell is underway in Boise, Idaho. The proceedings entered their third day as potential jurors were questioned in the courtroom. Daybell is facing charges of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder, among others, in the highly publicized case. The trial is expected to last 8-10 weeks and has garnered significant attention. The judge informed the potential jurors that Daybell does not need to prove his innocence, but rather the state must prove his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Throughout the day, the judge and … Read more

Unveiling the Mysteries: Accuser Reaches $480,000 Settlement and Drops Groping Lawsuit Against Matt Schlapp

WASHINGTON (AP) — A woman who had accused Matt Schlapp, a prominent conservative activist, of groping dropped her lawsuit after reaching a $480,000 settlement. The accuser alleged that Schlapp had forcibly touched her at a political gathering and that the incident had led to emotional distress. The settlement was reached just days before the case was scheduled to go to trial in a Washington D.C. court. The accuser, whose name has not been disclosed, filed the lawsuit last year, seeking $4 million in damages. According to court documents, she claimed that Schlapp had engaged in … Read more

Berkeley Reaches Settlement, Putting an End to Natural Gas Ban in New Buildings

Berkeley, California – The city of Berkeley has settled a lawsuit and agreed to put an end to its ban on natural gas in new buildings. The ban, which would have required all new construction projects to use electric power instead of natural gas, has faced opposition and legal challenges since it was initially implemented in 2019. The settlement comes after the city faced legal pressure from a group of restaurant owners and the California Restaurant Association. Under the terms of the settlement, Berkeley will rescind the ban on natural gas and will instead focus … Read more