The suit, filed by Alexander Parker and the ACLU, accuses a Cumberland County judge of overstepping her authority and violating the man’s constitutional rights.
President Trump has circumvented Congress and declared a national emergency, hoping to divert billions from the military to his long-desired border wall.
Two Montana mothers who were detained while grocery shopping in Havre are suing Customs and Border Protection, saying they were interrogated for simply speaking Spanish.
Glenwood Care and Rehabilitation is under fire in a new wrongful death suit after a patient wandered from the premises and froze to death.
Illinois Considers Making the Switch from Opioids to Medical Marijuana
Illinois will switch some patients from opioid prescriptions to medical marijuana, which offers a safer alternative.Sara E. Teller
Trump to Sign Border Compromise and Declare National Emergency
Along with signing off on a compromise to keep the federal government open, President Trump will declare a national emergency to fund his border wall.Ryan J. Farrick
Man Desperate to Go Back to Prison Robs Bank
Career criminal, William J. Gallagher, purposedly robbed bank to go back to behind bars because he had heard Wisconsin’s prison system has the best healthcare.Sara E. Teller
Yale Students’ Class Action Demands End to Gender-Segregated Fraternities
Three Yale students have filed a class action against the university, claiming its enabling of fraternities means that young students who want to “socialize” have no choice but to attend their parties.Ryan J. Farrick
Rep. Ocasio-Cortez Condemns Credit Reporting Companies and Blasts Equifax
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took Equifax to task over the weekend, suggesting she’ll soon open a House investigation into its scoring methodology and security practices.Ryan J. Farrick
Model Kelleth Cuthbert agreed to hold a tray of Fiji Water at the Golden Globes, appearing in the background of many celebrity shots. Afterwards, the company created a marketing campaign around the model’s image and she is suing Fiji for using her likeness without her permission.
The family of Brianna Beland plans to sue the Al Cannon Detention Center, Dr. Theodolph Jacobs and Carolina Center for Occupational Health, LLC after Beland died from dehydration while in custody.
The workplace discrimination settlement is being hailed as “historic” by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Lawyers for Nick Sandmann Seek Retractions from Media Outlets, Celebrities Amid Allegations of Cyberbullying and Defamation
Covington Catholic High School junior, Nick Sandmann and his legal team are planning to send letters to more than 50 entities and individuals demanding retractions for their disparaging reactions following a January 18 incident involving a group of students and Native American activist Nathan Phillips.
As Denver Public School teachers went on strike earlier this week after pay negotiations went south, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of the district’s special education students worried about how the strike will affect them.
Aetna has settled another lawsuit alleging members’ privacy right have been violated after revealing the HIV status of many individuals it insurers.
A court ruled on appeal that Michelle Carter will serve a fifteen month sentence behind bars for encouraging her now-deceased boyfriend, Conrad Roy, to take this life in 2014.
A female college student thinks her apartment is haunted, but instead, finds a man in her closet trying on her clothes.
Lawsuit disclosures have been released suggesting the Sackler family pushed for high dosage sales of OxyContin to maximize profits.
Superstar Jay-Z has agreed to move forward with the arbitration of a trademark case now that there are enough unbiased African American arbitrators agreeing to take it on.
Veteran professor Charles Magee, 70, is suing Florida A&M University and others over allegations of age discrimination and retaliation after his contract was reduced from 12 months to nine months.
Seventy-nine-year old Linda Goldbloom was killed by a foul ball at Dodger Stadium in late 2018. While her husband reached an undisclosed settlement with the team, he and Goldbloom’s family say the team can do more to improve safety.
An Arizona husband and wife are suing Glendale’s police department, claiming its officers tased the man 11 times for asking a question.