Apartment building owners are accused of keeping older people from seeing listings for available units. Facebook has faced legal action over ad tools before.
The anonymous man’s lawsuit against the actor had been moving forward at the time.
“Lyft has continuously ignored and dismissed the stories of victims like me,” Alison Turkos said of her assault.
The University of Virginia Health System garnished paychecks, seized bank accounts and put liens on homes as it pursued $106 million in unpaid bills.
The Sacklers, the family behind OxyContin, allegedly wired around a billion dollars to their own bank accounts while defending their role in the opioid crisis.
An attorney representing 14 women who say they were assaulted by Lyft drivers called the company's updated policies a "cheap public relations stunt."
Johnson cited the difficulty of a legal fight "against a person with unlimited resources."
The suit takes issue with how Harvard's legal journal chooses student editors, but didn't provide sufficient facts, the judge said.
I will force America’s billionaire education secretary to finally follow the law.
Nunes' parents' farm is thousands of miles from the congressman's California home, Esquire reported last year.
Gruesome new details have emerged about the Arizona body donation facility that told people their loved ones would aid medical science.
A federal judge dismissed the suit on behalf of student Nick Sandmann after the Post wrote about his confrontation with a Native American activist earlier this year.
The lawsuit seeks to block a new New York law that allows Congress to obtain the president's state tax returns.
The new policy targets Central American migrants, making those who pass through another country on their journey to the U.S. ineligible for asylum.
The lawsuit alleges Allen and Patricia McCoy repeatedly used racial slurs and physically threatened the tenant.
Alonzo Yanes was hospitalized for months after his teacher's "rainbow experiment" engulfed him in flames.
State Attorney General Aaron Ford said the defendants have “the deaths of thousands of Nevadans ... on their hands."
The emails obtained by The Daily Beast relate to a legal battle between the bestselling author and a former headmaster at a prep school Sparks co-founded.
Mayor John Cranley told HuffPost that "people want us to be able to keep them safer."
Marlin Jackson said he had to get 28 stitches after a fellow passenger's dog lunged for his face.