Stacy Wagers said she became seriously ill "within seconds" of drinking water with liquid nitrogen in it at a restaurant on the premises of The Don CeSar hotel in St Pete Beach, Florida.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was sued by indigenous and environmental groups on Tuesday and Wednesday over a controversial gold and copper mine in Alaska. The groups say a Trump administration rollback of protections in the matter could endanger millions of fish in the Bristol Bay.
On Wednesday former UConn basketball coach and current coach at the University of St. Joseph, Jim Calhoun has been named in a Title IX sexual discrimination lawsuit.
A lawsuit by the family of a Spokane, Washington boy claims that the youth program the boy participated in, Ranch for Kids, abused and exploited the child for labor instead of helping him.
Three self-described counterfascist protesters are suing the city, claiming the Portland Police Bureau displayed excessive force against them when they were arrested.
A lawsuit filed Monday by the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association (SWAPA) alleges that Boeing "deliberately" misled the airline and pilots about the company's troubled 737 MAX airplane, resulting in over $100 million in lost wages.
The Texas Department of Public Safety Officers is suing the Department of Public Safety over new rules that require police officers to have waist measurements under 40 inches for men and 35 inches for women.
McDonalds has been sued by an off-duty manager and her fiance, after the couple claim that a complaint the woman made about burned hash browns led to an attack by a shirtless employee who had waited for them in the restaurant's parking lot.
The woman, Graham Chase Robinson, is alleging that De Niro fostered a "hostile work environment" and committed overt acts of harassment against her.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have filed a lawsuit against one newspaper, while Harry rebuked the media's treatment of his wife Monday.
After being anonymously sent 69 "GayCoins" on his iPhone, a Russian man has sued Apple for "turning him gay."
In a statement Tuesday, Prince Harry said he's been a "silent witness" to Meghan's "private suffering for too long."
A Maryland mother wants to know why her daughter received a birth control implant without her permission.
Zacharion Townsend has trouble when it comes to fine motor skills, explained his father. It was those struggles that caused his second grade teacher to lash out against the student, he claimed.
Julie Szulczewski has sued Charlotte's WSOC-TV for firing her after seven years of employment (and twenty with the stations' parent company).
Earlier this month, a tweet from the official WWL-AM Twitter account referred to sports commentator Seth Dunlap as "a f*g."
Shahin Indorewala, 26 says the company's CEO made fun of her hijab and told her, "Religion? I don't wanna deal with that here."
Freddy McConnell, who gave birth last year, says the court's ruling that he be listed as his baby's mother "upholds the view that only the most traditional forms of family are properly recognized."
A class-action suit against Nestlé, the world's largest food company, claims its white chocolate is actually made from hydrogenated oil.
"He sues slightly more often than he's sued," James Zirin pointed out.
In her ruling on Friday, New York State Supreme Court Justice Doris M. Gonzalez appealed to concerns about the president's documented attempts to escape oversight from the judiciary.
The latest lawsuit filed against SIG Sauer alleges negligence by the company and brings up the gun policies of national retailers.
On the same day as Snowden's book release, the Justice Department announced a lawsuit against him for breaching his non-disclosure agreements with both the CIA and NSA.
After he was unable to get his hands on Popeyes' new fried chicken sandwich, Craig Barr filed suit against the company for compensation for his wasted time and emotional damages.
Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act requires anyone collecting uniquely identifiable biometric data—like fingerprints or retinal scans—to receive informed consent beforehand.
Walmart accused the tech company of negligence after solar panels it installed at seven stores caught fire. Now, the corporate giants are trying to patch up their relationship.
Judi Brown is suing a Circle K convenience store in Bolingbrook, Illinois, claiming she was subjected to slurs and invasive questions about her anatomy.
"My dad got a hold of attorneys and we'll see if this is Jordan's fault or ABC but there's going to be consequences."
A class-action suit claims the energy drink made intentionally misleading statements about its ability to increase alertness and concentration.