Back in 2008, a former Boca Raton employee named Christine Ferrigan alerted government regulators about possible problems with the city's water department. Ferrigan claimed she was fired after raising concerns, and she filed a whistleblower suit.
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A two-week-old baby in New York has died after being circumcised by a Jewish mohel. The infant reportedly contracted herpes when the mohel put his mouth on the baby's penis to suck away blood, part of a religious ritual called the metzitzah b'peh, which is sometimes a component of a bris. Althoug ... More >>
John SotoGuarding the entrance to the Lechuza Caracas estate in Wellington is a gate at least eight feet high, topped with iron spikes and emblazoned with the golden emblem of an owl. An electronic keypad out front is the only way to make the doors swing open, but for now they remain firmly shut. Th ... More >>