A new lawsuit challenges Minnesota's law requiring a person be at least 21 years old to carry a handgun.
The FBI Took Their Safe Deposit Box and Everything Inside It. Two Months Later, They're Still Waiting for It To Be Returned.
"When you've done nothing wrong, you shouldn't be subjected to an investigation," says Paul Snitko, whose box was seized in a March 22 FBI raid of a Beverly Hills business.
“The Act is so rife with fundamental infirmities that it appears to have been enacted without any regard for the Constitution,” the lawsuit reads.
Texas Deputies Say They Were 'Molested and Traumatized' by Colleagues During Federally Funded Prostitution Stings
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Decades of advocacy from libertarian-leaning academics have failed to end the federal ban on kidney sales. Can a personal injury attorney from New York and a service dog trainer from New Jersey get the job done instead?
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Technological innovation makes gathering visual land data easier and cheaper—and threatens an industry’s status quo.
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Twitter Sues Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, Accusing Him of Retaliating Against the Company for Banning Donald Trump
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Federal Suit Seeks Damages for Men Illegally Recorded at Florida Massage Parlors, Falsely Smeared as Sex Traffickers
Two women still face felony charges, though the cases against all male defendants were dropped.
Authorities "shall destroy the videos unlawfully obtained through the surveillance of the Orchids of Asia Day Spa," a federal judge says.
Amazon denies any impropriety in its decision to suspend the Twitter alternative, dismissing the suit as "meritless."
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"I hope my case can start removing senseless boundaries to teletherapy," said Brokamp, who is suing in federal court on First Amendment grounds.
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The lawsuits have been filed over the past two weeks by several major American companies, including retailers Target and Home Depot, car manufacturers Tesla and Ford, and several major manufacturing firms.
Renewed wrangling over another relief bill has raised the possibility that Congress will pass sweeping liability protections for businesses accused of contributing to the spread of COVID-19.
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“The Constitution sets certain lines that may not be crossed, even in an emergency.”
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Court OKs Deportation of Hundreds of Thousands of Immigrants, Another Says Homeland Security's Head Might Have No Legal Authority
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"I know what moral panics look like; they look kind of like this."
American Airlines Reportedly Accused a Black Social Worker of Kidnapping the White Child In Her Care. Now She's Suing.
Never mind the court order showing the child as a dependent in her care.
Distorted partisan descriptions of the Department of Education changes could be doing real damage.
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The plaintiffs argue that the city's tolerance of the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest has resulted in lawlessness and lost business.
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The chemical company has agreed to create a $10 billion settlement fund
Forcing Google to behave like a public utility would probably not serve the interests of those demanding that designation—or the rest of us.
Bogus lawsuits threaten medical professionals who are fighting on the front lines against COVID-19.
The Cook County jail is the country's largest known single source of new coronavirus infections.
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Mississippi has a reputation for being one of the most obese states in the nation, as well as having one of America's highest incarceration rates. Neither will be improved by treating unlicensed dieticians like serious criminals.
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The high school student was falsely accused of racial harassment, and has sued media companies for $800 million.
Gig workers and companies are suing over a California law, AB 5, that criminalizes their continued employment.
No, but that's not stopping a litigious vegan from making his case.
"CNN is the mother of fake news," reads the introduction to Nunes' new lawsuit.
A Phoenix Cop Allegedly Showed Up to a Woman's Apartment, Grabbed His Genitals, and Pretended To Shoot Her
Officer Marcos Rodriguez asked a woman to coffee after nearly hitting her. Then he showed up to her apartment in uniform.
A Michigan Man Underpaid His Property Taxes By $8.41. The County Seized His Property, Sold It—and Kept the Profits.
A state law allows counties to effectively steal homes over unpaid taxes and keep the excess revenue for their own budgets.