Following up on my previous posts: Female Denver Law Prof Files EEOC Complaint Over Lowest Salary Among Tenured Professors ($109,000) (July 11, 2013) EEOC: Denver Law School Is Underpaying Female Faculty, Who May Recover $1.2 Million In Damages (Sept. 1, 2015) 9 News, Professor: EEOC Will File Suit Against DU...
The descendants of Jews who had to sell a Picasso to flee the Nazi regime are suing the Met for $100 million for not returning the work.
We here at The Mary Sue have decided to put together a primer of sorts, a short video to help get you acquainted with the faces and personalities you'll soon be seeing on Luke Cage.
The Mary Sue spoke with Elise Bauman and Natasha Negovanlis, as well as Carmilla/Smokebomb Entertainment producer Steph Ouaknine via email to discuss Season 3, the show's legacy, their relationship with Carmilla's passionate fans, and future projects.
I just woke up to the Republican candidate for the United States presidency encouraging his supporters to find and watch a private sex tape featuring former Miss Universe (and Clinton supporter) Alicia Machado... Did Crooked Hillary help disgusting (check out sex tape and past) Alicia M become a U.S. Show More Summary
NBC News reports: Phoenix officials, infuriated over an ad for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign that includes city cops, fired off a letter Thursday demanding that the ad be taken down immediately. The ad, titled “Movement,” portrays...Show More Summary
Pro-life pregnancy centers in Illinois filed a lawsuit this week challenging a new state law that would force them to promote abortions. In July, Gov. Bruce Rauner signed the law, amending the state Health Care Right of Conscience Act to require medical professionals in all capacities to refer patients for abortions and counsel them on […]
Free the barely legal nipple.
Amazing. Republican Rep. Darrell Issa spent years wasting millions of dollars in taxpayer money to conduct bogus “investigations” of the Obama administration that never went anywhere. But just like a classic bully—just like his idol,...Show More Summary
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports: Gov. John Bel Edwards is suing Attorney General Jeff Landry for blocking state legal contracts over language meant to protect gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people from discrimination in the workplace. Show More Summary
The two top Republicans in Congress said they're prepared to rewrite legislation allowing victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia -- less than 24 hours after Congress took the extraordinary step of overriding President Barack Obama's veto of the measure to make it law. Show More Summary
Neymar has filed a suit against Brazil's government for allegedly leaking details of an investigation into fiscal crimes supposedly by him and his family. According to records of a federal … Click to Continue »
State AGs sue to stop Obama’s internet transition. The lawsuit — filed Wednesday in a Texas federal court — threatens to throw up a new roadblock to one of the White House’s top tech priorities, just days before the scheduled Oct. 1 transfer of the internet’s address system is set to take place. In their […]
WASHINGTON — Less than a day after Congress overrode President Barack Obama’s veto of a bill that would let 9/11 victims’ families sue Saudi Arabia, top GOP leaders said they might need to fix the new law to protect U.S. national security interests. Speaker Paul D. Ryan, R-Wis., and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., [...]
Florida woman sues former deputy who allegedly discharged a stun gun into her check, neck.
US law that would allow families of victims to sue Saudi government a matter of "great worry", foreign ministry says.
Weekly newspaper has chronicled the downtown boom all the way along.
Geez. Muslims seem to feel like they deserve all kinds of accommodations because of their faith. Luckily, a federal judge has seen through this sham of victim agenda that they
“Congress’ overwhelming rebuke of President Barack Obama on a bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia — and the bitter finger-pointing that followed — was a
WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, Congress was so determined to pass a law to sue Saudi Arabia that it overrode President Barack Obama’s veto. But possible backlash against America had top Republican leaders looking for someone else to blame...Show More Summary