Tolerance is a two-way street.
"People need to be discouraged from similar 'bad neighbour' type behavior," the judge presiding judge ruled.
"It is with heavy heart I share that my wonderful brother, Robert, peacefully passed away tonight. He was not just my brother, he was my best friend. He will be greatly missed, but we will meet again," Donald Trump said in a statement from the White House.
An attorney for Jermaine Ware said his client faced different kinds of workplace discrimination and harassment.
The injunction and the lawsuit are the most potentially damaging challenges to the companies' businesses so far.
In his 34-page decision, the judge wrote that Lyft and Uber had demonstrated a "prolonged and brazen refusal" to comply with California's Assembly Bill 5.
"First, the Court sees no reason for that correspondence to remain under seal," wrote federal judge Loretta Preska on Monday.
The hospital told the couple it lost their deceased infant's body 12 days after he died, the lawsuit alleges.
President of the National Association for Gun Rights Dudley Brown said the National Rifle Association has not advocated for Second Amendment rights "for decades," after New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit to dissolve the NRA on Thursday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the dismissal of the anti-proxy voting lawsuit by a federal judge was "welcome news."
"I think the NRA should move to Texas and lead a very good and beautiful life," Trump said in response to New York Attorney General Letitia James' lawsuit against the organization.
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced her office is suing the nation's largest pro-gun organization to "dissolve the organization in its entirety."
California Representative Devin Nunes called the article written about his family farm a "hit piece" and a "legion of lies."
A lawsuit filed last week alleges Colorado Springs police wrongfully arrested the man for criticizing and shouting curses at officers.
Black Lives Matter protesters allege that only those who can afford to "purchase extensive protective gear can engage in 1st Amendment speech in the streets of Seattle," in a new lawsuit filed against the Seattle Police Department.
The lawsuit states that the ability to syncing "a plurality of video takes" to an audio track is an infringement of Triller's patent.
To avoid potential future legal action by parents whose children may contract coronavirus, waivers have been distributed relinquishing districts from responsibility
The request was filed after allegations that federal agents had needlessly assaulted protesters and arrested at least one in an unmarked vehicle.
Rep. Anthony Sabatini tweeted early Friday morning he would file the lawsuit that day against the county to challenge its "radical attack on the 4th Amendment and their arbitrary emergency orders."
Tesla surprised analysts on Wednesday by posting its fourth profitable quarter in a row, despite what it called "unprecedented times" linked to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Violent allegations of rape and and demands for a producer to become a "sex slave" are detailed in a complaint filed against Fox News Monday in New York federal court.
A former construction company employee said she was fired three days after reporting the alleged incidents.
Customers are potentially entitled to a cash payout if they are a U.S.owner of an iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus or SE that suffered from "diminished performance" back in 2017.
Pro-Trump political cartoonist Ben Garrison has filed a lawsuit against the Anti-Defamation League, demanding more than $10 million due to the group "defaming" him by calling a cartoon depicting two Jewish figures as puppet masters controlling government officials "anti-Semitic."
The passenger's lawsuit charges that a flight attendant grabbed her and shook her arm after she used an extra blanket during a flight.
Why the Court's expansion of the so-called "ministerial exception" is so important.
"It shouldn't have taken George Floyd to die for them to realize that their name had a slave reference to it," Anita White said.
Senior U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ruled Wednesday that Giuffre's lawyers had come into possession of the documents improperly and ordered them to be destroyed.