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It's too late for spoiler alerts, so here's how Avengers: Endgame ends: with the credits. Learn more from FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

It has become cliché over the past several years in college football to say the hiring of an offensive or …

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Nike's decision to stop production of a shoe led to a political backlash and loss of a grant in Arizona. Read more on FindLaw's Tarnished Twenty.

Be careful with the treats you give Fido. Some pig ear treats are suspected of sickening both pets and humans. Read more on FindLaw's Injured.

Miss all the fuss about Game of Thrones? The discussion continues in, of all places, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Read more on FindLaw's Legally Weird.

After dropping a lawsuit against the actor, Spacey's accuser invoked his fifth amendment rights, putting the criminal case in doubt. Read more on FindLaw's Celebrity Justice.

When a contract is breached or service agreements are not fulfilled, you might go looking for a refund or cancellation. But can you? Learn more about consumer protections and the fine print of TV service contracts on Findlaw's Common Law.

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In the face of mounting complaints from citizens and lawmakers, states are abandoning red light cameras. Find out why in FindLaw's Blotter.

The parents of one of the Las Vegas massacre victims are taking on the gun manufacturers in court. Read more on FindLaw's Courtside.

A helmet is by far the most important and most effective piece of protective equipment a motorcycle driver or passenger can wear. Helmets save lives by reducing the

One Washington city is battling the trend of barely-clothed coffee service stands, and, thus far, winning. Learn more on FindLaw's Legal Grounds blog.

The Golden State becomes the first to say that employers and public schools can't prohibit natural hairstyles, including Afros, braids, and dreadlocks. Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

U.S. Senator Joe Manchin introduced a bill on Tuesday aimed at getting U.S. Soccer to pay the men's and women's teams equally.

Virginia bar goers can now comparison shop when it comes to happy hour. Read more on FindLaw's Free Enterprise.

Improving on special teams was a priority in the offseason under coach Willie Taggart. A few missed kicks here and …

Even after the Supreme Court temporarily blocked inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 census, the government's motive behind re-introducing the question is still a legal issue. Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

Florida State will face Chattanooga (Nov. 20) and Chicago State (Nov. 25) at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee …

Two weeks ago the Osceola looked at the top offensive players that FSU will face during the 2019 season. This …

Prosecutors in Alabama declined to proceed in charging a woman with manslaughter for a miscarriage stemming from a fight. Learn more in FindLaw's Blotter.

Internet services are selling your personal data, and a new law would require them to disclose how much they're selling it for. Learn more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

More and more people are acquiring emotional support animals, and landlords and lawmakers want to do something about it. Read more in FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.

A new "lemon law" in Texas will allow children to run lemonade stands free from government interference. Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

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This week’s edition of the Osceola360 looks at former head coaches who have found new homes for the 2019 season, …

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is legal, says the DEA. But CBD in food is not, says the FDA. Find out what your small business needs to know on FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

Universal downplayed the losses of original master copies of music from legendary artists. But a new report has those musicians filing lawsuits. Learn more on FindLaw's Celebrity Justice blog.