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Melissa is a recent graduate of New York University, where she studied English and journalism, with a concentration in media criticism. She previously attended Ocean County College, where she worked as an editor and contributor at the college's literary magazine, Seascape.
Melissa has always had a passion for writing and particularly enjoys crafting short stories in her free time.
Does the Native American Threatening to Sue Facebook Have a Good Case?
by Melissa Anthony on Opinion
Last month, Dana Lone Hill had her Facebook account suspended because the social media site suspected she wasn't using her authentic name.
What Does 'FDA Approved' Mean?
It seems like hundreds of products are labeled 'FDA approved,' but what does this term actually mean?
Outlet Stores Become Targets in False Advertising Class Actions
In 1970, the clothing manufacturer VF Corporation began selling its flawed and overstocked goods to the public for a discount.
Class Actions That Changed the Way We Travel
It's no secret that Americans love to travel. In 2013, we spent nearly $900 billion on travel-related expenses.
Kashi to Pay $5 Million to Settle 'All Natural' False Advertising Claims
Kashi has reached a $5 million settlement over its use of certain artificial ingredients..