-– O'Keefe to Sue Twitter for Defamation
The Crypto Open Patent Alliance (COPA), a bitcoin industry working group focused on patent laws, has filed a civil lawsuit in the UK against Craig Wright. For many years now Wright has insisted he is Satoshi Nakamoto, but has yet to prove so to the g
Skullduggery and shenanigans are afoot in the emerging eVTOL market, as long-established player Wisk accuses cashed-up newcomer Archer of pilfering its air taxi design, along with some key employees. Lawsuits and criminal investigations are underway.
The TSA – whose job is supposedly "fighting terrorism" – is, without doubt, one of America's most corrupt and incompetent agencies.
This is the eighth Gardasil lawsuit Baum Hedlund and CHD Chairman Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. filed against Merck, challenging the company's dangerous and defective HPV vaccine for causing severe and life-changing injuries.
The US Government is suing LBRY, the company behind the LBRY Token & YouTube Competitor Odysee!
Groups representing teachers, counselors and employees say the Los Angeles Unified School District's vaccine mandate violates federal law and basic human rights.
Children's Health Defense will hold a press conference March 22 to discuss why it seeks emergency relief to stay a rule that would preempt federal and state civil rights laws designed to protect the disabled.
-- digitally edit out a student's Trump MAGA t-shirt for a yearbook photo
The Minneapolis City Council on Friday unanimously signed off on a $27 million settlement in a civil lawsuit brought by George Floyd's family.
Despite the myriad of questionable deaths and illnesses following the administration of the COVID-19 vaccines, there are still multiple political groups, corporations, and others who are pushing to make the jab mandatory.
Argentina and Brazil have rejected Pfizer's demands they put up sovereign assets, including bank reserves, military bases and embassy buildings, as collateral for anticipated lawsuits over COVID vaccine injuries.
...this may be Swalwell's costliest misstep yet...
--claiming photo of them in 'blackface' which saw them 'forced out by leadership' was actually green acne medication
--After They Accused Him of Treason for Reporting on Suspected Election Fraud
A judge in Texas on Thursday ruled that the federal government does not have the authority to issue a nationwide eviction moratorium.
Del Bigtree, founder of the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) said his organization will file a lawsuit against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to request the federal agency take down its statement that claims vaccines do no
Tell the truth and get sued. This poor man... Gee, they've turned off reader comments :-) I've been seeing a lot of that lately, at news sites...
A Corpus Christi man has accused the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), which manages the state's primary electric grid, of ignoring repeated warnings that the state's electric power infrastructure had weaknesses, according to a new lawsu
In "From Pap Smear to the HPV Vaccine: The Cervical Cancer Prevention Industry," Dr. Sing Hang Lee details how government and industry collaborated to sideline the Pap test, an effective diagnostic tool for cervical cancer, in order to push HPV v
Class-action plaintiff David Dell'Aquila says he will ask for a bankruptcy trustee to run the gun group
First it was Dominion, now it's Smartmatic's turn.
The city of San Francisco filed suit against its own school district on Wednesday, demanding the reopening of schools to students.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) wants lawyers who looked into 2020 election fraud to be disbarred, claiming they misused their law licenses
Stephen Crowder is going after Facebook for a seven figure damages bill. He says he will take this all the way to the Supreme Court, and is practically daring Facebook to silence him.
Jim Hogue (The People's Inquiry) is part of a lawsuit suing Phillip Scott, (Vermont Governor), TJ Donovan (VT Attorney General), and Mark Levine (Commissioner of VT Dept of Health) for their Covid Protocols
Jim Hogue (The People's Inquiry) comes on to share that he is part of a lawsuit, suing the Governor of Vermont for his Covid Protocols - Ernest and Bob Anderson go over the Headline News on Freedom's Phoenix; Crypto; Stock Market, SN9/10 Musk and the
A West Virginia news publisher has filed an antitrust suit against Google and Facebook, who together receive roughly half of all digital ad dollars in the U.S. and are facing antitrust charges from federal and state authorities.
-- Between Hedge Funds, Trading Platforms To Halt Trading