Defamation Suit Against Fox Corp. by Smartmatic Denied by New York Judge

NEW YORK, New York – A New York judge has ruled that Fox Corporation must face a $2.7 billion defamation suit filed by Smartmatic, a voting company accused of rigging the 2020 election. The judge denied a motion to dismiss defamation claims against Fox News’ parent company, while also ruling that Smartmatic must face Fox’s counterclaims alleging the defamation claims are intended to suppress free speech. Smartmatic’s lawsuit against Fox and some of its hosts …

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Pension Denied to Kerry Priest for Missionary Work, Leaving Him ‘Very Disappointed’

Ballinskelligs, Co Kerry – A priest in Ballinskelligs, Co Kerry is facing disappointment after being denied a state pension due to insufficient PRSI contributions. Father Patsy Lynch, who served as a missionary in Ghana for 31 years before returning to Ireland, is now unable to access his pension benefits. Having dedicated over three decades of his life to missionary work in Africa, Fr. Patsy Lynch, now 75, finds himself at a loss as he is …

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Citizenship Shock: Florida Retiree Denied Social Security Benefits 60 Years Later

Clearwater, Florida: A retiree who spent over 60 years living in the United States recently faced a shocking revelation that he is not actually a U.S. citizen. Despite living a full life in the country – attending school, working in law enforcement, getting married, raising a family, paying taxes, and even voting in elections – the retiree’s identity was called into question, leading to a denial of his Social Security benefits. The individual, a Canadian-born …

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Transplant Patients Denied Crucial Early-Rejection Tests Despite Expert Recommendations: Report

Washington, D.C. – A recent report has uncovered that contractors working for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) made the decision to restrict access to crucial tests for transplant patients, despite recommendations from a panel of expert physicians. The Health Equity in Transplantation Coalition (HEiTC) revealed through a Freedom of Information Act request that these contractors limited access to blood tests, going against the advice of medical experts selected by the government. HEiTC’s …

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Breast Scans Denied: Medicare Holds Back Necessary Screening for Older Women

Some older women in Houston, Texas are facing challenges when it comes to getting the necessary breast scans, even though they need them for their health. Medicare, the government health insurance program for Americans over the age of 65, is not covering these additional scans for some women, leaving them to figure out how to pay for them on their own. The issue arises from the fact that Medicare guidelines currently only approve additional breast …

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Release Denied: ‘Slender Man’ Stabber Won’t Be Freed

Waukesha, Wisconsin – Two young girls in Wisconsin made headlines when they carried out a horrific crime in an attempt to impress a fictional online character known as “Slender Man.” The incident, which took place in 2014, left the victim with severe injuries but also shed light on the dangers of internet influence on vulnerable individuals. Morgan Geyser, one of the girls involved in the stabbing, recently petitioned for conditional release from a psychiatric hospital. …

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Trial Venue Denied for Trump in Hush Money Case by New York Appeals Court

New York State denied former President Donald Trump’s request to change the venue of his upcoming hush money trial. Trump’s attorneys argued that he could not receive a fair trial in New York, prompting the appeal to reconsider the location. However, Associate Justice Lizbeth Gonz├ílez swiftly dismissed the motion after hearing arguments, putting an end to further discussion on changing the trial’s venue. The former president’s legal team filed a petition in the state appellate …

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Affair Rumors Surrounding Prince William Denied by Rose Hanbury: Royal Expert Shares Insights

London, United Kingdom – Rose Hanbury finds herself at the center of tabloid speculation after rumors of an alleged affair with Prince William resurfaced. Both parties have vehemently denied these claims, but the media frenzy continues to swirl around the Marchioness of Cholmondeley. Royal expert Nick Bullen has come to Hanbury’s defense, stating that he knows her well and can attest that the affair rumors are entirely false. He emphasized that Hanbury was upset by …

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Navarro Denied Delay in Prison Time Appeal by Chief Justice Roberts

WASHINGTON D.C. – Former senior aide to President Donald Trump, Peter Navarro, is being denied a delay in prison time by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. as he appeals his conviction for contempt of Congress. Navarro, a 74-year-old economist, is set to report to federal prison in Miami by 2 p.m. Tuesday. Roberts, overseeing emergency requests from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, stated that he found no reason to disagree …

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Cher’s Conservatorship Petition for Son Elijah Blue Allman Denied Due to Insufficient Evidence

LOS ANGELES, CA – Cher’s bid for a conservatorship over her son Elijah Blue Allman’s estate has been denied by a Los Angeles court. The judge dismissed the petition on Jan. 29, citing “insufficient evidence” as the reason for the denial. The 77-year-old singer filed the petition in December, expressing concerns about Elijah’s mental health and substance abuse issues. She alleged that he was set to receive assets from his trust, but she feared that …

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