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Pro Wrestling May Be Fake, But the Monopoly Is Real

A rival is suing the WWE, alleging antitrust law violations. Will the WWE be able to kick out? Learn more at FindLaw's Legally Weird blog.

Will You Have To Give Up Your Gas Stove?

The nation's biggest city became the latest to ban gas hookups in all new construction. Is your gas stove in danger? Learn more on FindLaw's Legally Weird blog.

Are Supervised Drug-Use Sites Legal?

New York City just opened two supervised drug-use facilities. Are these legal? Not at the federal level, still. Learn more at FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

Don't Talk to the Feds Without a Lawyer. Ever.

A congressman thought he was "just trying to help" the FBI. Now he's charged with lying to the federal government. Don't be this guy. Learn more on Legally Weird.

Can Congress Hold You in Contempt?

The contempt of Congress case of Steve Bannon is a good example of Congress' broad powers to ensure compliance with its investigations.

John Hinckley Jr. Will Be Free in 2022: Here's Why

John Hinckley Jr. is close to earning his unconditional release. Legally Weird writes about how he was able to get to this point after the 1981 attempt on Ronald Reagan's life.

Man Pictured as Baby on Cover of 'Nevermind' Suing Nirvana for Exploitation

Now all grown up, the man pictured as a naked baby on the cover of Nirvana's seminal "Nevermind" album is suing the band for exploitation. Learn more on FindLaw's Legally Weird blog.

Strange Lawsuit: Two Women Claim to Be Dead Man's Wife

A woman thought she her late husband had been cremated, only to find out another woman had held a funeral for him. Legally Weird has the morbid details.

Can an Edible Plant Be a Plaintiff?

Can wild rice really be a plaintiff in a lawsuit? We're about to find out. Learn more on FindLaw's Legally Weird blog.

Hell-bent, Satanists Seek a Role at Boston City Hall

A Satanist organization wants a chance to give invocations at Boston City Council meetings.

The Great Reshuffle is helping Microsoft as engagement and advertising on its LinkedIn job platform soar

As employers and employees search for new options, people landing a job via the platform rose 110% in 2021 from a year ago, said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

Sen. Ron Johnson says it's not 'society's responsibility' to care for 'other people's children' while arguing against child care subsidies for working parents

"People decide to have families and become parents, that's something they need to consider when they make that choice," the Wisconsin senator said.

GM sold 26 electric vehicles last quarter but projects it will overtake Tesla by 2025. Elon Musk said GM has 'room for improvement.'

GM said it will have production capacity in North America for more than one million EV units by 2025. Tesla delivered more than 936,000 vehicles in 2021.

Heirs of Pablo Picasso venture into crypto, selling more than a thousand digital art pieces of legendary artist's never-before-seen ceramic work

"We're trying to build a bridge between the NFT world and the fine art world," Florian Picasso, the artist's great-grandson, told the AP.

Oath Keepers leader will remain jailed on Capitol riot sedition charges after judge rules him a flight risk, citing testimony that he built 'escape tunnels' in his backyard

The judge's Wednesday ruling specified provisions to allow Stewart Rhodes to testify before the January 6 Congressional committee in February.

A witness has corroborated the claim that Rep. Matt Gaetz was told he had sex with a minor in 2017, report says

Joe Ellicott struck a plea deal with federal prosecutors and was reportedly there when Rep. Matt Gaetz was told he had sex with a minor in 2017.

Trump drops the biggest hint yet that he'll be running in 2024, calling himself the '45th and 47th President' in a video

A video has surfaced of Trump proclaiming himself the "45th and 47th" President of the United States to onlookers at a game of golf.

Joe Rogan said it's 'very strange' for anyone to call themselves Black unless they're from the 'darkest place' of Africa

The controversial podcast host said calling people Black or white is "strange" to him "because there's such a spectrum of shades of people."

Bill Ackman's Pershing Square reveals $1.1 billion Netflix stake after buying 3.1 million shares in 4 days

Ackman's Pershing Square fund invested in Netflix after the streaming giant's stock price tumbled by a third in a matter of weeks.

Man pictured wearing 'Camp Auschwitz' sweatshirt during Capitol riot pleads guilty to one misdemeanor charge

Images of Robert Packer wearing a "Camp Auschwitz" sweatshirt while inside the Capitol on January 6, 2021, went viral in the aftermath of the attack.

Elon Musk says Tesla's humanoid robot is the most important product it's working on — and could eventually outgrow its car business

Tesla said in 2021 that it's developing a humanoid robot — codenamed "Optimus" — that can take over dangerous and repetitive tasks from humans.

Spotify plans to remove Neil Young's music from its streaming platform after the musician delivered an ultimatum over Joe Rogan's podcast

The Grammy-winning musician asked his label to remove him from the platform over his objections to misinformation on Joe Rogan's podcast.

'Lies through her teeth every single day': Ron DeSantis hits back at Jen Psaki for comments about Florida schools

"Obviously they have got a lot of other problems, let's just be honest," DeSantis said of the Biden administration. "This has not been a great show over the last year."

A man left paralyzed in an Uber crash is suing the company for $63 million, saying his driver had at least 20 citations and never should have been hired

William Good says Uber was negligent in hiring his driver, who has at least 20 citations and once had to take a driver re-training course, per the suit.

As the US looks away from Iraq, elite US-trained operators are still battling the remnants of ISIS

Iraq's military is still fighting remnants of the terrorist group that wreaked havoc in the region and almost toppled the Iraqi government.

Bolt CEO Ryan Breslow called Stripe and Y Combinator the 'mob bosses' of Silicon Valley in a Twitter thread that sparked a fiery debate

Breslow's explosive Twitter thread was hotly debated among VCs and startup founders, who contend that many of his claims are false.

Moderna began a clinical trial testing an Omicron-specific vaccine booster shot in adults

Moderna CEO StA(c)phane Bancel previously projected the Omicron-specific vaccine booster to be available as early as this fall.

Astronomers discovered a 'spooky' spinning object in our galactic backyard, emitting some of the strongest radio beams in the sky

Radio telescopes are detecting more mysterious signals. They switch on and off and don't match any type of star, or dead star, known to science.

Kyiv's mayor decries Germany's offer of 5,000 helmets to Ukraine as a 'joke' and asks if 'pillows' are next

Unlike other NATO members, Germany has declined to send weapons to Ukraine, renewing scrutiny of its motives.

Newt Gingrich will not say whether he wants Trump to run for president again

Gingrich, a former Republican House speaker and close ally of Trump, told Insider it's up to the former president to decide if he wants to run again, but acknowledged he'd have a great chance at winning if he did.

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