Mentally Ill Woman Awarded $30K Settlement After Being Dragged Down Courthouse Hallway

A case involving a mentally ill woman and the Broward Sheriff’s Office was recently settled for $30,000. The case itself began when the mentally ill woman, Dasyl Rios, was “dragged across a courthouse hallway by a Broward sheriff’s detention deputy” back in early 2015. The horrible incident sparked national headlines at the time, and was made more horrible when cellphone footage was released showing Rios being “dragged by the shackles around her ankles by Christopher Johnson, a detention deputy.” On the video, she was heard screaming, “You’re hurting me!”

D.C. Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Blaming Hillary Clinton’s Unsecured Email Server for Benghazi

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., dismissed a lawsuit brought against Hillary Clinton over the deaths of two Americans in the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson dismissed the ‘wrongful death’ portion of the lawsuit on technical grounds. The complaint levied against Clinton suggested

Litigation Against Fox News Moves Forward Without Roger Ailes

Litigation against Fox News is moving forward following the death of the network’s former chairman and chief executive officer, Roger Ailes. The Washington Post reported on Monday that three new lawsuits alleging a ‘hostile work environment’ were filed in the days after Ailes’ death. Although the late corporate helmsman was a witness and defendant in