Advocacy group contends Walmart’s product packaging is misleading consumers.
Successful New York artist decides to pay it forward to fellow creatives struggling during the pandemic.
Sidney Powell has filed numerous lawsuits–most of which have since been dismissed–in an attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
The Girl Scouts claim that Boy Scout packs and troops have been tricking unsuspecting parents into signing their daughters up.
Republicans refused to support a unanimous consent vote that would’ve passed a proposal for $2,000 stimulus checks to the Senate.
Shortly after agreeing to pay a $65 million federal fine, financial tech start-up Robinhood has been targeted by a new class action lawsuit. Robinhood, a phone-based application, allows its users to transfer money from a bank account onto the company’s platform. Consumers are then able to buy and sell stocks for free. Launched in 2013,
In its complaint, the NAACP noted that many of the Trump campaign’s lawsuits seek or sought to invalidate Black votes.
Eataly settles class action alleging FLSA violations.
Pennsylvania parkway project will unjustly affect Black residents, NAACP contends in new lawsuit.
A federal judge in Texas has yet to issue a ruling on the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. The Houston Chronicle reports that U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen’s decision will not likely come until after President-elect Joe Biden is sworn into the White House in late January. While