A federal judge recently ruled that the families of Sandy Hook victims can get access to Infowars’ internal documents.
More than 150 people who previously stayed in Marriott properties filed a class-action lawsuit against the hotel company, claiming it didn’t do enough to protect them from a massive data breach.
The crocheted bikini is behind a slew of litigation. Is the debate over the origin of the popular fashion fad finally over?
An Ohio woman deported to Mexico in 2017 is suing the federal government. Attorneys say she may not have answers until the government re-opens.
On December 16, 2017, two-year-old Zion Gastelum died after undergoing a dental procedure at a Kool Smiles dental office. Now, the boy’s family is alleging medical malpractice in a civil lawsuit.
With negotiations with Democrats going nowhere, President Trump says he may declare a state of emergency in a bid to end the government shutdown and build a border wall.
Researchers suspect Massachusett’s opioid epidemic and an increase in Medicare coverage has caused an uptick in the state’s homeless population seeking medical care.
According to a recent recall notice, Bauer’s Candies, a Kentucky-based company, voluntarily recalled certain packages of Modjeskas, “individually-wrapped marshmallow candies dipped in chocolate or caramel” over concerns that the candies may be contaminated with hepatitis A.
New Jersey health officials say thousands of patients of the HealthPlus Surgery Center in Saddle Brook may have been exposed to to HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. Exposure to any one of these would be life-changing.