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N.H. Hospital Settles Psychiatric Staffi…

Dartmouth-Hitchcock has agreed to credit New Hampshire $75,000 and pay up to $77,500 for a patient-care review to settle a lawsuit regarding understaffing at a psychiatric facility. So reports the...

Fyre Festival Founder Seeks Deal After B…

Billy McFarland, the founder of the controversial Bahamian Fyre Festival, is seeking a plea deal after being accused of duping two investors out of $1.2 million. So reports The New...

Parents of NJ Girl Bullied to Suicide to…

The parents of Mallory Grossman, who committed suicide after "months of relentless bullying," are planning to sue her former school district. So reports Time.

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock has agreed to credit New Hampshire $75,000 and pay up to $77,500 for a patient-care review to settle a lawsuit regarding understaffing at a psychiatric facility. So reports the Associated Press.

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Billy McFarland, the founder of the controversial Bahamian Fyre Festival, is seeking a plea deal after being accused of duping two investors out of $1.2 million. So reports The New York Daily News.

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The parents of Mallory Grossman, who committed suicide after "months of relentless bullying," are planning to sue her former school district. So reports Time.

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The American Civil Liberties Union has come to the defense of comedian John Oliver after one his HBO show's segments poking fun at coal magnate Bob Murray yielded a lawsuit. So reports Vanity Fair.

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Gilbert Chagoury, a substantial backer of the Clinton Foundation, settled a lawsuit with the federal government regarding accusations he was fundraising for a terrorist group. So reports Politico.

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N.H. Hospital Settles Psychiatric Staffi…

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