Rittenhouse's lawyer criticized Wood for allegedly trying to profit off of Rittenhouse's imprisonment.
"The map that was recently enacted by the legislature is a partisan map. It is racially gerrymandered," Butterfield said in the video announcing his retirement.
Ten people have now died as a result of the deadly crush that took place at the Houston festival earlier this month.
"They consciously ignored the extreme risks of harm to concertgoers," wrote attorney Steve Kherkher in a suit filed Saturday.
Lora Burnett alleges her termination violated her First Amendment rights because it came after she posted on Twitter that Pence was a "scumbag."
The court has to decide whether white nationalist planners of the 'Unite the Right Rally' will answer for their hand in the violence.
The Department of Justice and the Department of Labor announced separate settlements with Facebook on Tuesday.
"Vaccines have been politicized to a point where receiving or declining a vaccine has become a political act in the eyes of the public," argues one lawsuit.
The lawsuit claims that the records request is "invalid and unenforceable under the Constitution and laws of the United States."
Arrangement has sparked criticism from Democrats who say legislators shouldn't represent lawsuits against their own state, but ethics officials say it's legal.
Both companies have put mandates into place to comply with the federal requirements put in place by Democratic President Joe Biden.
"We had no way of predicting what right-wing actors would do in response to this law becoming enforceable," Planned Parenthood South Texas' president said.
A federal judge called Sidney Powell's election fraud case "a historic and profound abuse of the judicial process" intent on "deceiving a federal court and the American people."
"It's shortsighted not to be protecting the people they absolutely need to ensure that scouting is viable in the future," attorney Everett Cygal said.
Eric Schmitt is playing to polarized voters by throwing legal challenges at liberal policies, a GOP tactic that has grown in popularity in recent years, according to political experts.
"I have full confidence that the courts will side with the law—not acts of political defiance," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said.
Unfortunately, many bad actors take advantage of the impracticalities of suing and become intentional, repeat offenders.
Spencer Elden is now suing the band for the use of his image on the "Nevermind" cover, calling it "commercial sexual exploitation."
The city of Little Rock will reportedly be added to Chief Keith Humphrey's lawsuit ""in the next week or so."
"Survivors at Brown are silenced, harmed, dismissed and discouraged from seeking justice by the university," the women mentioned in the lawsuit stated.
The lawsuit says the mask mandate caused her to cancel a trip to Hawaii.
"We are proud of the advancements we have made to our platform, and look forward to continuing to innovate with privacy and security at the forefront," Zoom said.
"In effect, the court held that pay is equal if a woman can obtain the same amount of money as a man by working more and performing better," the players said.
"The political aspects of this case are manifest but must be ignored in favor of application of the law," Superior Court Judge Craig Karsnitz said.
The lawsuit says that the mandate will harm the "mental and physical health" of children, especially after a year of isolation and distance learning.
More than 500,000 deaths in the U.S. have been connected to opioid prescription drugs and illegal opioids since 2000.
The former president accused the social media companies of violating the Constitution while attempting to silence him and his Republican supporters.
The congressman conceded to The Verge last week that he was wrong to believe "the market will take care of" creating competition within Silicon Valley.