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“Sin City” is chock full of stories of gamblers who lost big — and partiers who had a little too much to drink. One man, however, thinks he shouldn’t have to pay for his gambling losses because he was so drunk, and is suing a Las Vegas casino to recoup his losses. The Associated Press…

A man has filed a $10 million lawsuit against ESPN and its announces for ” defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress, contending he was mocked while caught sleeping in his seat during a national telecast at Yankee Stadium.” Andrew Robert Rector says in court documents he “napped” during a Boston Red Sox-New York Yankees game…

A New York City woman is suing public transportation after she was startled by an advertisement for the Showtime murder series “Dexter,” causing her to take a tumble down the stairs at Grand Central Terminal. At the time, the woman had lost track of her husband and was walking back up the stairwell, when the…

An American man is suing British Airways after he and his partner tried to book a flight to Granada, Spain, but instead wound up in Grenada, the Caribbean island. Forget the fact that one is a city while the other is a country; the flying time to one destination is two hours, while the other…

Building today’s high-tech homes takes increasing skill, but beneath the new gadgets and fancy finishes, the fundamentals haven’t changed in generations. But one technique, used for decades, is now the subject of a wave of lawsuits experts say could impact the entire construction industry. Justin Wood is an Oregon contractor who’s now being threatened with a lawsuit…

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