A fund manager that invested more than $2 million in Ozy Media filed a lawsuit on Monday, claiming that the company “engaged in fraudulent, deceptive…View More Ozy Media is accused in a lawsuit of ‘fraudulent conduct.’
The Justice Department signaled its support on Wednesday for the families of children with disabilities in Texas who are suing to overturn Gov. Greg Abbott’s…View More The U.S. says Texas’ ban on school mask mandates may violate disabled children’s rights.
Donald and Marjorie Varnadoe of St. Simons Island, Ga., were on a long-awaited cross-country vacation to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary when the Amtrak train…View More Couple Celebrating 50th Anniversary Died in Amtrak Derailment
Linda Evangelista, the supermodel made famous in the 1990s, said she had become “brutally disfigured” and “unrecognizable” after a cosmetic body-sculpting procedure that had turned…View More Supermodel Linda Evangelista Says Cosmetic Procedure Left Her ‘Disfigured’
HOUSTON — A man in Arkansas and another in Illinois on Monday filed what appeared to be the first legal actions under a strict new…View More Lawsuits are filed against a Texas doctor who said he performed an abortion.
A city in Colorado will pay a $3 million settlement to a 74-year-old woman with dementia whom police officers threw to the ground last year…View More Loveland, Colo., to Pay $3 Million to Woman With Dementia Who Was Arrested
WASHINGTON — Abortion providers in Texas asked the Supreme Court on Monday to block a state law banning abortions in the state as early as…View More Supreme Court Asked to Block Texas Law Banning Most Abortions
The policy is now headed to the Supreme Court, where it is expected to face a tough reception. By Charlie Savage WASHINGTON — A federal…View More Court Allows Biden’s Replacement Evictions Ban to Remain in Place for Now
For more than a year, Vanie Mangal, a physician assistant at a Connecticut hospital, called relatives to tell them that their loved ones were dying…View More A Landlord Says Her Tenants Are Terrorizing Her. She Can’t Evict Them.
Shamika Crawford stood before the judge the day she was arrested in the Bronx. She was free to go, but not to go home: The…View More Barred From Her Own Home: How a Tool for Fighting Domestic Abuse Fails
WASHINGTON — President Donald J. Trump’s former White House counsel, Donald F. McGahn II, has agreed to testify behind closed doors before the House Judiciary…View More McGahn Is Likely to Testify Next Week on Trump’s Efforts to Obstruct Russia Inquiry
Paul J. Hanly Jr., a top trial lawyer who had been central to the current nationwide litigation against pharmaceutical companies and others in the supply…View More Paul J. Hanly Jr., Top Litigator in Opioid Cases, Dies at 70
One lawyer negotiating a resolution to the multi-billion-dollar bankruptcy filed by the Boy Scouts of America billed $267,435 in a single month. Another charged $1,725…View More ‘Staggering’ Legal Fees in Boy Scouts Bankruptcy Case
The video shows a 73-year-old woman, clutching wildflowers and her wallet, being thrown to the ground and handcuffed in Loveland, Colo., last year by police…View More Arrest of Colorado Woman With Dementia Prompts Investigation