A Manhattan judge refused to give ivermectin to a dying COVID-19 patient, even after the patient's wife filed a lawsuit against the hospital where he is being held for treatment.
Update (1745ET): A senior palace source told the Daily Mail that the settlement is for US$10 million (£7.5million) - and that the deal may only be a "settlement in principle" at this point because he's still waiting on the sale of his Swiss chalet.
...Ask Court for Pre-Trial Release of Oath Keepers Founder
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Nuremberg 2.0 Trial
Looks like the CNN 'days without a sex scandal' counter just got reset again.
Johnson & Johnson created a plan last year to limit the financial bleeding from billions of dollars in jury awards to plaintiffs who alleged the company's Baby Powder and other talc products caused deadly cancers.
Prince Andrew will face a showdown with his sex accuser Virginia Roberts' lawyers during a deposition for their high-profile New York court battle.
-'as his daughter and ex-wife wage a legal fight over the corpse'
You can't make this stuff up, AND THAT COURT IS RIGHT.
A federal judge on Thursday blocked the Biden administration's massive oil and gas lease sale in the Gulf of Mexico, a significant win for environmentalists as they work to prevent the Interior Department from handing public lands and waters over to
The White House on Wednesday downplayed rumors that President Joe Biden would select Vice President Kamala Harris as a future nominee to the Supreme Court.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones reveals he appeared before Jan. 6 committee in virtual interview and invoked Fifth Amendment 'almost 100 times'
Ten of the 11 members charged with sedition pled not guilty on Tuesday
Today, Special Counsel John Durham provided a "discovery Update" to the court in the Michael Sussmann case. In this filing, available here, he disclosed that his team has obtained a tremendous amount of information ranging from a variety of sourc
SCOTUS to rule on Harvard affirmative action scheme that 'discriminates against Asian students in favor of African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans'
A U.K. court ruled Monday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can appeal a December decision permitting his extradition to the United States, where the Department of Justice is attempting to prosecute the journalist for publishing classified inform
Following a handful of landmark cases brought by the DoJ accusing colleges of unfairly disadvantaging Asian and White applicants, the Supreme Court has just decided to hear arguments that could result in it radically breaking with precedent to ban th
National Public Radio (NPR) is refusing to correct a story that was challenged by a trio of Supreme Court justices, triggering a flood of criticism.
…calls the tune.
Before the International Criminal Court (ICC). The Corona Virus "Vaccines". Nuremberg Code, Crimes against humanity, War Crimes and Crimes of Aggression"
Through his lawyer Mark Richards, Kyle Rittenhouse has said that he doesn't want the AR-15 he used to kill two people during the 2020 riots in Kenosha to end up "on a mantle". He also doesn't want it to remain in the hands of the prosecutors who trie
Rhodes is set to go before a judge in North Texas for a detention hearing on Monday, January 24.
Ed Vallejo, of Phoenix, Arizona, will await trial on seditious conspiracy charges behind bars.
Plaintiff Dr Mauricio Quiñonez tells Frontline News: 'The pharmaceutical company isn't responsible for adverse effects, neither are governments, and neither is the Health Ministry, but if a person doesn't inject the substance, he's called ir
Sandra Day O'Connor Courthouse, 401 W Washington; Phoenix, AZ. Judge Kind. This is the most current information I have on this hearing. There may be a way to watch via zoom, but I do not have any of that information. Will post updates as I get them
Ray Epps, the man identified as a key instigator behind the January 6, 2020 Capitol Breach - will appear on Friday before the House select committee for a transcribed interview, his attorney told Politico.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday weighed in after a report alleged the reason Justice Sonia Sotomayor is participating in arguments from her chambers as opposed to sitting with colleagues is due to Justice Neil Gorsuch's refusal to wear a mask.
Supreme Court To Hear Appeal By Christian High School Football Coach Fired For Praying On The Field
Suspected Of 'Intimate Relationship' With Prince Andrew