3 companies apply to patent ‘fake news’ - Cards Against Humanity group among interested By HEATHER LONG Posted: 11:38 AM, February 10, 2017 Updated: 11:49 AM, February 10, 2017 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – Get ready for a “Fake News” TV show, a “Fake News” board game and lots of “Fake News” T-shirts. Three U.S. companies are trying to trademark the term “fake news.” … Continue reading 3 companies apply to patent ‘fake news’
Cocaine worth £50m washes up on Norfolk beaches - Loss of the drugs would be ‘major blow’ to criminals, says crime agency Cocaine with a street value of £50m has washed up on two Norfolk beaches. Around 360kg of the drug was found on Hopton beach, near Great Yarmoth, and across another section of the coast near Caister, the National Crime Agency (NCA) said. A member of … Continue reading Cocaine worth £50m washes up on Norfolk beaches
Will California finally have a statewide standard for the sale of legal marijuana by 2018? - November’s law legalizing recreational weed has added a new set of challenges for regulation Marijuana for medical use has been legal in California since 1996, but efforts to regulate it like a normal product have been elusive. For nearly two decades the production, distribution, sale and taxation of cannabis has operated through a patchwork of local … Continue reading Will California finally have a statewide standard for the sale of legal marijuana by 2018?
Parents of two men on Jose Fernandez’s boat sue pitcher’s estate for $2 million each - BY ALEX HARRIS email@example.com The parents of two men on the boat with Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez when it crashed, killing all on board, are suing his estate, according to the Sun Sentinel. Investigators haven’t said who was driving Fernandez’s boat in the early morning crash on Sept. 25, but when the “Kaught Looking” … Continue reading Parents of two men on Jose Fernandez’s boat sue pitcher’s estate for $2 million each