Lowering the Bar: Woman sues because there is more than strawberries in strawberry Pop-Tarts.
Shepherd Express: Shannon Ross – from incarceration to prison reform.
I think the way the legal system operates is destructive to everyone who does not profit from it. Our prison system does not provide protection, does not rehabilitate people inside. It largely warehouses problems until they come back again. 95% of people sent to prison get out and society pays a large amount for each one during that time and beyond. But society is not at all getting a good return on that environment. If an incarcerated person wants to rehabilitate, you almost have to do it on your own.
AP via KGO-TV: Women gave birth to the "wrong" babies after embryo mix-up, suit says.
They suppressed their doubts because they fell in love with the baby and trusted the in vitro fertilization process and their doctors, Daphna (Cardinale) said. Learning months later that she had been pregnant with another couple's baby, and that another woman had been carrying her child, caused enduring trauma, she said.
"I was overwhelmed by feelings of fear, betrayal, anger and heartbreak," Daphna said during a news conference with her husband announcing the lawsuit. "I was robbed of the ability to carry my own child. I never had the opportunity to grow and bond with her during pregnancy, to feel her kick."
Politico: Trump cannot keep records from Jan. 6 committee, judge rules.
Federal Trade Commission: FTC is returning $60 million to drivers whose tips were illegally grabbed up by Amazon.
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