Columbia Gas filed the lawsuit Thursday to seek access to the property through eminent domain proceedings.
A Canadian tourist whose foot and hand were seriously injured after getting stuck in an escalator at the Smithsonian Metro when he was 14 years old is suing Metro for $20 million.
The latest rumble in the fallout over the Rock N’ Play baby sleeper comes in the form of a class-action lawsuit.
The family of 32-year-old Deangelo Green, who died in a crash with a speeding fire truck in March 2018, is suing D.C.’s Fire and Emergency Medical Services department.
The Washington Post is seeking to have a Covington Catholic teen’s $250 million libel lawsuit thrown out, arguing in Tuesday court filings that the paper’s coverage of the teen’s chaotic viral encounter at the Lincoln Memorial in January with an American Indian activist did not defame him.
The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Northern California has filed a civil complaint on behalf of an Apple employee who was detained by US Customs and Border Protection.
More than 600 cities, counties and tribes have filed a lawsuit against eight owners of the pharmaceutical giant Purdue Pharma, accusing them of creating the opioid crisis through ownership of the OxyContin manufacturer.
Casey Holladay, 26, said he fractured his pelvis in a 20-foot fall on the ship’s “Sky Pad,” a bungee trampoline activity, in February when the harness malfunctioned while he was suspended in the air, according to the lawsuit.
A Maryland man is accused of charging an adult soccer league about $100 an hour to rent D.C. Public Schools’ athletic fields when he didn’t have the right to, and then keeping the money.
The group of states, led by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. At the core of each lawsuit is the argument that Trump is circumventing Congress to fund the wall along the US-Mexico border by declaring an emergency.
Immigrants from Honduras and Nepal have filed a lawsuit alleging the Trump administration unfairly ended a program that lets them live and work in the United States.
The Maryland Insurance Administration will pay nearly $37,000 to three female fraud investigators who say they were paid less than their male counterparts.
U.S. District Court Judge Paul Grimm didn’t immediately rule after hearing arguments from attorneys representing the Census Bureau and the NAACP.
The lawsuit alleges the complex and owner Boyd Corporation “negligently failed” to maintain and repair the complex, rendering it unsafe.
A class-action lawsuit that claims Chinese-manufactured drywall made American homeowners sick takes shape in Virginia.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.