Airline forces two first class passengers to change clothes

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A federal discrimination lawsuit has been filed against U.S. Airways for allegedly refusing to allow two young black men to sit in first class unless they changed clothes.

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Gay couple sues after photo used in anti-gay flier

Tom Privitere and Brian Edwards posed for their engagement photo, holding hands and kissing, in front of the Brooklyn Bridge in 2010. The image captured one of the happiest days of their lives. But earlier this year, their special moment was soured when the photo was used in two anti-gay mailers in Colorado.

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Shoe queen sued by ex-husband for allegedly hiding $1 million collection

The ex-husband of poker star Beth Shak is calling her bluff when it comes to her shoe collection.

Hedge fund boss Daniel Shak, 52, claims in a recently filed lawsuit that before the couple divorced three years ago he was unaware of his ex-wife’s collection of 1,200 shoes, which could change the payout from their divorce settlement, according to The New York Post. The “World Series of Poker” star, 42, reportedly owns more than 700 red-soled pairs of heels from her favorite designer, Christian Louboutin, and she has estimated that her entire shoe collection is worth north of $500,000. Daniel Shak has the shoes valued at $1 million in his lawsuit.

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Lawsuit claims Hebrew National hot dogs aren’t kosher

ConAgra Foods Inc has been sued by consumers who contend that hot dogs and other products sold under its Hebrew National brand are not kosher.

The lawsuit alleges that meat processing services provided to ConAgra by privately held AER Services Inc fell short of the standards necessary to label Hebrew National products as kosher. As a result, they said, ConAgra misled consumers and was able to charge premium prices.

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