Blinded

A federal court in California ruled that a woman may pursue her civil rights suit against San Diego in which she claims she was not properly restrained after deputies witnessed her attempting to claw out her own eyeball. Instead of being flagged as at risk of self-harm after her first attempt to take out her eyes, the woman says she was left unrestrained in a cell where she extracted her eyeballs while a deputy allegedly filmed the incident with an iPhone.

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PornHub Accused in Lawsuit of Making Millions Off of Fraudulent Videos

Forty women dealt the latest blow to tech company PornHub Tuesday, suing the website and its parent company MindGeek for allegedly ignoring — and profiting from — the purported sex trafficking enterprise run by GirlsDoPorn, a website the same women blew the whistle on in a fraud trial last year.

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California Republican Stronghold a Toss-Up in Early Results

Initial election results Tuesday revealed a Millennial seeking an upset in one of California’s last Republican congressional strongholds had a fighting chance at succeeding on his second take in flipping the district blue and gig economy drivers could remain independent contractors in spite of a historic state employment law.

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