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Scientology accused of abuse, human trafficking in lawsuit

The complaint, filed by a woman who went to work for anti-Scientology campaigner Leah Remini, is the first of many, her attorneys say.

Joy Harjo named first Native American poet laureate

The new laureate, a two-time American Book Award winner, says her tenure will celebrate not only Native voices but also all of the nation's voices.

Sex toy maker sues NYC transit for refusing their ads, allowing erectile dysfunction ads

Dame Products alleges the New York City MTA discriminated against their ads while allowing phallic art promoting impotency medication.

Parents throw punches — not baseballs — in brawl at kids' baseball game

A 13-year-old umpire's call in the youth baseball game sparked an adult brawl on the field.

David Ortiz was not the intended target of murder plot, officials say

The intended target was a friend of Ortiz who was sharing a table with the baseball star at the time, the attorney general of the Dominican Republic said.