The man said that he and his second partner were cousins, but the court was unable to verify that claim.
The U.K. government allowed nonessential travel in May after months of lockdown but has discouraged travel to popular vacation destinations like Spain, France, Greece and the U.S.
The man's widow is filing a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that the officers were motivated by racial discrimination.
As social media sites have grown in importance and market cap to become "Big Tech," the public deserves a fuller understanding of whether and how they have sacrificed their noble free speech principles.
The officer who shot Dreasjon Reed last May is now suing the NFL for defamation after the organization included Reed in a social justice campaign. "For NFL Enterprises then to suggest he was involved in police or racist misconduct is totally false, defamatory and unacceptable."
"Bridges can freely choose to accept or refuse a COVID-19 vaccine; however, if she refuses, she will simply need to work somewhere else. If a worker refuses an assignment, changed office, earlier start time, or other directive, he may be properly fired," U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes ruled.
A lawyer for 117 Houston Methodist Hospital employees who were suspended for refusing to get vaccinated vowed to appeal after their lawsuit challenging the mandatory vaccinations was dismissed.
Latinos and other minority groups could absorb the consequences of the new district lines through inadequate representation in the Illinois General Assembly, according to one of the suits.
"Plaintiff Marina Soliman wanted a good deal on a Subway sandwich ... [Subway says] she also agreed to a side order of arbitration. I don't think so," one judge wrote.
Shirajul Khan, 70, said he was left without insurance for eight months after Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York City, declared him dead in April last year.
A woman's car flipped on the interstate after an officer performed a PIT maneuver while pulling her over for speeding, even though she had already indicated she was slowing down and looking for a place to pull over safely. She filed a lawsuit in May.
"This case serves as a reminder that systemic discrimination and harassment remain significant problems that we as a society must tackle," the chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said.
The $15 million lawsuit claims the woman was "inciting harassment and wide-spread hate" by posting the video to her social media account. The lawsuit also stated that the podcast and its host do not necessarily represent the "perspectives and opinions voiced by guests."
Larry Anderson says that he required medical care after suffering a chemical burn caused by contact with the detergent.
"We have heard the plaintiffs' testimony, and their allegations are heartbreaking. We hope that this allows them to begin a new chapter in their lives," said the CEO of USA Water Polo.
Secoriea Turner was shot in the parking lot of a Wendy's restaurant in Atlanta last July while protests for the police killing of Rayshard Brooks were going on throughout the city.
"Swalwell's team committed a CRIME by unlawfully sneaking INTO MY HOUSE & accosting my wife!" Brooks tweeted Sunday.
On Friday, the airport formerly known as Orlando Melbourne International Airport formally changed its name, putting an end to a conflict with Orlando International Airport. Its new name is Melbourne Orlando International Airport.
In lawsuit filed Tuesday night, photographer Carolyn Cole and Bureau Chief Molly Hennessey-Fiske, both of the Los Angeles Times, alleged that troopers trapped them against a block wall and hit them with blunt projectiles, tear gas and chemical spray.
Guiliani's attorney argued that even if someone took his comment literally, it was clear it was about a future event and not the assault on the Capitol.
Several European privacy campaign groups filed legal complaints Thursday against Clearview AI alleging that the company's facial recognition technology stockpiled biometric data on more than 3 billion people without their knowledge or consent.
Amy Cooper was fired from her job at Franklin Templeton after a viral video showed her calling the police on Christian Cooper, who is not related to her, and telling officers that an "African American man" was threatening her.
The company sued the man for up to $1 million in damages after he wrote negative reviews on social media and in blog posts.
The EU's suit against AstraZeneca claims vaccines were disproportionately given to the U.K.
The online retailer said the suit "would force Amazon to feature higher prices to customers, oddly going against core objectives of antitrust law."
The legal action could change how Amazon negotiates with more than 2 million third-party sellers.
Sondland testified in Trump's 2019 impeachment trial, and his lawsuit alleges that Pompeo promised to reimburse him for $1.8 million worth of legal fees that Sondland accrued. Sondland alleges Pompeo "reneged on his promise" after hearing his testimony.
Erin Wenzel said she was acting as a medical assistant during a protest on August 14, when she was struck several times by police.