Officials in Austin and Travis County issued restrictions on restaurants and bars for the holiday weekend, but the state attorney general said they are not allowed.
"I do NOT trust VP Mike Pence," posted Lin Wood on conservative social media platform Parler. "He is wolf in sheep's clothing.
"That a judge would rule on a case brought by a group heavily funded by her sister is very concerning," Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said.
A class action lawsuit states that the company falsely leads consumers to believe its sweet rolls are made in Hawaii.
President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani has reportedly been told to prepare for an "imminent" lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems after repeatedly boosting baseless claims that the company was involved in a massive voter fraud conspiracy.
The families allege that Italy's prime minister, health minister and regional leaders contributed to over 70,000 COVID-19 deaths in the country.
In the lawsuit, Dominion Voting Systems product security director Eric Coomer said the defendants, including the re-election campaign of President Donald Trump, had engaged in "relentless defamation and ongoing threats."
The civil rights organization accused the Trump campaign and Republican National Convention of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act in their election lawsuits.
A judge in Kalamazoo, Michigan, ordered a couple to compensate their middle-aged son for throwing away his stash of pornography and collection of sex toys.
"While you are entitled to your own opinions, Ms. Powell," the company wrote in a letter to Powell, "you are not entitled to your own facts."
The Trump adviser accused judges who have ruled against the president's legal efforts of caving to pressure from "corrupt corporate media" and Democratic officials.
"In his reply brief, plaintiff 'asks that the Rule of Law' be followed," U.S. District Judge Brett Ludwig wrote. "It has been."
"You have to hope that the justices in the state court are going to show somewhat more determination," Rudy Guliani said on Friday.
The two "states" are the latest to file an amicus brief in support of the Supreme Court lawsuit seeking to overturn the election's results in four states.
FKA Twigs has filed a lawsuit accusing ex-boyfriend Shia LaBeouf of sexual battery, assault and infliction of emotional distress.
Georgia Attorney General Christopher Carr wrote Thursday that the claims in the Texas lawsuit were "impossible to ground in legal principles and unmanageable."
"In a state-on-state suit, our only place to go is the U.S. Supreme Court," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said. "We can't be heard anywhere else."
The suit says Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin will determine the election and asks the Supreme Court to delay states appointing their electors.
The former Homeland Security Department official is accusing Trump and his legal team of engaging in "a calculated and pernicious conspiracy" against himself and other GOP officials.
"Because we must dismiss this appeal, the defendants' conditional cross appeal is also DISMISSED," wrote Judge Andrew Brasher on Friday.
The Trump campaign's lawsuit asked the consevative-controlled court to revoke the state's certification of the election and to throw out hundreds of thousands of ballots in two of Wisonsin's largest Democratic counties.
The president's legal losses are mounting, with a handful of recent significant defeats on issues as diverse as TikTok and sexual assault charges, in addition to his dismal record on election-related lawsuits. And the rulings have come from judges across the political spectrum.
"What America has long expected is that losing candidates swallow those feelings and at least pretend to be gracious. If Trump's not capable of it, he should at least stop waging war on the outcome," wrote the National Review editorial board.
In a series of tweets on Saturday, Trump said his team plans to challenge many more than the 81,000 votes that he lost by in Pennsylvania.
The Trump campaign paid $3 million for a partial recount in Wisconsin's Milwaukee and Dane counties.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio said that he didn't feel that the Supreme Court ruling was protesting lockdowns in the way that Pope Francis spoke about those who opposed restrictions.
A Texas fertility doctor reportedly claims that he did nothing wrong when he inseminated patients with his own "fresh" sperm after frozen sperm from out-of-state donors failed to work.
Homeless families demand that Mayor Bill de Blasio install Wi-Fi networks in homeless shelters housing school-age children before classes resume after the winter break.
"Georgia's probably going to be the first state I'm gonna blow up," Powell said in an interview with Newsmax TV on Saturday night, referring to an upcoming lawsuit.
A new suit alleged that the Trump campaign sought to disenfranchise Black voters by pressuring local officials not to certify election results in Detroit.