Comcast has won a US Supreme Court case against Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Networks (ESN), dealing a major blow to Allen’s attempt to prove that Comcast’s refusal to carry ESN channels was motivated by racial bias.
Israel is one of only five nations in the world that refuse to sign the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, an international treaty aimed at ending the proliferation of nuclear weapons and achieving global nuclear disarmament.
“The government seeks to shield itself from all inquiry into the process by which it acts as prosecutor, judge, jury, and executioner.”
A 27-year-old businessman and resident of Mumbai, Raphael Samuel, is determined to drag his parents to court — for giving birth to him without his consent.
Very few Americans are aware of this historical 1999 civil law suit of the King Family against the US Government.
Filed Wednesday, the NAACP lawsuit accuses the local election commission of bungling the processing of thousands of eleventh-hour voter registration applications.
Dewayne Johnson was awarded $289 million by the courts after claims Monsanto’s weedkillers gave him terminal cancer.
The Trump administration has promptly filed a lawsuit against California following Gov. Jerry Brown’s signing of SB 822, which restored net neutrality protections repealed by the FCC last December.
The New York Times is seeking evidence of Russian interference during a debate on placing restrictions on the internet in the US. It’s alleged a public commenting system was invaded by hackers.
WikiLeaks has just been served …with a tweet.
A French-born American bought the domain France.com in 1994. However, in March 2018, the domain’s ownership was abruptly transferred to the French government. Now, Jean-Noël Frydman is suing to get his domain and business back.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundation of Northern California has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on Monday, over its alleged practices of Read More…
The New York City Board of Elections admitted after a lawsuit that it broke the law by purging thousands of people from voter rolls before the 2016 New York presidential primary. State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says the board violated “the law and New Yorkers’ trust in the institutions meant to protect their rights.”