A teenager who says police took explicit photos of him during a sexting investigation has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit.
Exeter Hospital has filed another lawsuit in hopes of getting others to pay for settlements it reached after a traveling medical technician infected patients with hepatitis C.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory’s administration sued the federal government Monday in a fight for a state law that limits protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
A Starbucks customer is suing the coffee giant for adding too much ice to her drink.
Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company has been hit with another lawsuit that criticizes the brand’s claims.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Mark Wahlberg have been slapped with a $200 million lawsuit over the HBO series Ballers.
A lawsuit accuses the government of dragging its feet on deciding whether alligator snapping turtles and eight other species around the country need federal protection.
Judge Judy, the TV court show known for sizzling shutdowns at the hands of its host, Judge Judith Sheindlin, is now in the midst of its own courtroom drama.
The federal government and a Georgia papermaker are proposing a $1.6 million settlement of a 16-year-old, air-pollution lawsuit against a western Maryland paper mill.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to overturn protections for transgender students in Fairfax County Public Schools.
The family of a freshman football player at Morgan State University who died of heatstroke at a practice in 2014 has filed a lawsuit, saying his death could have been prevented if proper training and procedures had been in place.
A lawsuit filed against Prince George’s County Public Schools claims that the predatory behavior of a volunteer aide who is now facing child pornography charges was well known by students, teachers and parents and even reported to the school’s principal.
Attorneys representing Pocomoke City’s former police chief and two other black officers have filed a federal lawsuit accusing city officials and members of other law enforcement agencies of racial discrimination.
Baltimore’s spending panel is expected to approve $135,000 to settle two police misconduct lawsuits, including one involving a woman who says police deleted a video she recorded during her arrest.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Republicans are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to put a new congressional map for Virginia on hold and allow the 2016 elections to proceed under the old boundaries.