The 78-year-old Oscar-winner was recently fired from the Broadway-bound play "Tea at Five," reportedly for lashing out at crew members.
Critics claim Jehovah's Witnesses leaders have turned a blind eye to "massive and horrendous abuse" for years.
"Unfortunately for consumers... honey is not the primary or even a significant sweetener," read a class action suit filed in Massachusetts.
A CNN spokesperson said Lemon "categorically denies" the allegations.
A judge ruled Andrew Anglin must pay Tanya Gersh for using his website, The Daily Stormer, to coordinate harassment against her.
Manuel Torres claims being alone in a patrol car with a female trainee would give "the appearance of sinful conduct," invoking the so-called "Mike Pence rule."
The lawsuit claimed there were a number of breaches in standard care and the doctor's negligence caused the 44-year-old's death.
A manager allegedly told the applicant "he had the job, but would need to shave his beard to be in compliance with McDonald's grooming and appearance policy," according to the EEOC.
The Memphis Grizzlies center, who was on the injured list most of last season, was the subject of a lawsuit by a man who claimed they had a romantic relationship.
Roberto Escobar alleges that Elon Musk's "Not-A-Flamethrower" copies his design. He's threatening to sue unless Musk gives him $100 million in cash or shares of Tesla.
Kim Kardashian West has already made it clear she is not a fan of fast-fashion brands copying her designs, and now she has nearly $3 million to back her up.
On Monday, a jury ruled in favor of a former New York City high school student who was severely burned when a high school chemistry class experiment went horribly wrong back in 2014. He was awarded nearly $60 million in damages from the city.
A judge said the woman violated several court orders, made inflammatory statements and refused a volunteer lawyer during the four-year case.
"His family was forced to watch on in horror at his mistreatment and decline into a gruesome death," the lawsuit says.
The employee was "hastily" guiding the passenger and his companion to another area of the ship.
Victor Buchholz's hand was trapped in the door of his cabin when the Queen of the West ship collided with a dock in The Dulles, Oregon.
Rayshawn Warren's family has claimed he was in a vegetative state by the police's heavy handed approach to his arrest.
"To suddenly split the two in this really acrimonious dispute certainly leaves the NRA without the kind of institutional management they've come to rely on," one analyst said.
"This opioid crisis, this public health crisis we're in, it is a manmade crisis," an attorney for the state said on Tuesday.
Aerial photos captured the couple's dining, living and sleeping areas.
U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan sided with Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday by allowing their broader definition of "emolument" over the narrow one Trump's legal team used.
"The records should be turned over to the Oversight Committee. Whether they will is another story," said Michael J. Stern, a former federal prosecutor.
HUD is suing Facebook on charges of housing discrimination, but only after the company refused to grant the government access to personalized user data, a company spokesperson told Newsweek.
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In the lawsuit, former "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos alleges that Trump "wrongly smeared her" by claiming that her accusations of sexual misconduct against him were lies.
Katherine Jackson has remained silent on the film.