"We've always had a lot of faith in the truth underneath our work which everyone can see for itself is one that is meticulous," Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said Wednesday.
Georgia joins Pennsylvania and Michigan as the third key battleground state that the Trump campaign has filed lawsuit in.
"if they want to push something up to the Supreme Court one way or the other, presumably they can do that, we're not worried about it," Biden campaign adviser Bob Bauer said.
The 127,000 drive-thru ballots from Harris County's early voting will be counted, despite GOP efforts to throw them out.
In a motion filed earlier this month, Jones' attorney said the conspiracy theorist doesn't believe Sandy Hook was a hoax.
DeVos has held the position for less than four years. Either she or her department have been sued once every three days of her tenure.
Michelle Dim St. Pierre is suing Sacha Baron Cohen, Amazon Prime Video and Oak Springs Production for interviewing her mother "under false pretenses with the intent of appropriating her likeness" for "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm."
Consumers are likely to be unhappy and initially confused if the U.S. Justice Department's antitrust lawsuit succeeds in breaking up Google, a technology analyst believes
President Donald Trump and his administration "have displayed a willingness to use the full force of the federal government to suppress constitutionally protected activity and incite private actors to do the same," according to a voter intimidation lawsuit filed Wednesday.
It's time for a U.S. Department of Justice investigation.
Zainab Chaaban's attorney says making the woman take off her hijab is akin to asking her to "walk around completely naked in front of strangers."
Idaho is being sued for continuing to enforce a "crimes against nature" law that was used to criminalize consensual gay sex.
In Monday's court filing, the anonymous grand juror said the lawsuit was necessary to "quell the fears of persecution, condemnation, retribution, and torment along with the fear of prosecution" that may be felt by grand jurors.
The social network is accused of helping militia groups conspiring to interfere with civil rights by hosting far-right pages encouraging violence against BLM protesters.
According to court documents, a VA nurse allegedly used private information to harass the wife of late retired soldier Christian H. McCoy.
Lindsey Beshai Torres filed a lawsuit, alleging two officers in Worcester, Massachusetts, used excessive force on her son.
The 23-year-old rapper is claiming that he's been subjected to physical and mental abuse, as well as religious suppression, while serving time in a federal prison.
Attorney Ven Johnson told Newsweek the 'racist' toddler video posted by Trump and his campaign, "was absolutely done to advocate for what I believe to be a racist, despicable message against two little babies."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been told they should swerve the "expense" of celebrity London law firm Schillings in favor of Britain's press watchdog Ipso.
Alex Jones claimed that the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School never happened and that actors were brought in to play the victims.
The woman was attending a public hearing about an officer-involved shooting at the time of the alleged incident, according to the lawsuit.
Results from a 23AndMe DNA kit led a woman to learn her biological father was the doctor her mother entrusted with her artificial insemination.
The rule of law has prevailed in a key 11th Circuit Court of Appeals case pertaining to felon voting.
Napolitano's called the allegations an "extortionate scheme" made of "baseless accusations" from a "felon with a criminal record that spans three decades."
The complaint, filed last week in Putnam County Common Pleas Court, responds to Ohio Department of Health Interim Director Lance Himes' order signed August 13.
Federal judge Paula Xinis said in her Friday ruling that Chad Wolf may have "filled the role of Acting Secretary without authority."
A COVID-19 legal complaint tracker shows the governors in California, Illinois, Montana and New Mexico face 20 or more legal challenges each related to the pandemic, as well.
The lawsuit cites the Book of Mormon and the state Constitution as evidence that parents are having their rights infringed upon by the government.