A lawsuit alleges officers at an Indiana jail watched the incident play out, but didn't intervene. A lawyer for the sheriff's office has said the women are seeking financial gain from the department.
A suit has been filed against maker of Skittles over titanium dioxide, a color additive that has been on the market for decades but which has been banned in food by European authorities.
The owners of a majority share of a nuclear power plant being expanded in Georgia are suing lead owner Georgia Power Co. They claim Georgia Power is trying to bilk them out of nearly $700 million by unilaterally changing a contract.
The school argues that it exercised its contractual right to deny the Robinson children enrollment in 2021, as school officials determined it was in the "best interest of the school."
A Georgia judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by former U.S. Sen. David Perdue that alleged fraudulent or counterfeit ballots were counted in the state's most populous county during the 2020 general election.
Attorneys for the alleged victims say the cases date back as far as the late 1990s, with the latest occurring in 2018. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.
A federal judge has ruled that Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams cannot immediately begin raising and spending unlimited campaign contributions under a new state law. That's because she is not yet her party's nominee.
A trial has gotten underway in a federal lawsuit that alleges serious problems with Georgia's election system. The trial began Monday with lawyers for the plaintiffs arguing that the state has erected a series of roadblocks to voting through its policies and practices.
K'aun Green, a college student, took a weapon from a patron at a restaurant who was brandishing it at others inside, a lawsuit says. But police shot Green when they arrived.
The lawsuit was originally filed in September 2020 by Kelvin Brown, who argued that the strawberry Pop-Tarts box is "misleading" because the pastries also contain apples and pears in their filling.
A group of Georgia voters is challenging U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's eligibility to run for reelection, saying she helped facilitate the riot that disrupted Congress from certifying Joe Biden's presidential election victory.
A U.S. District Court judge is set to decide over the next week whether candidates qualifying for a Georgia Public Service Commission race must wait until after a summer trial for a lawsuit claiming the process of electing utility regulators has largely kept Black people from winning a seat.
The late actor and comedian's family would experience "severe mental pain, anguish, and emotional distress" if the records were released, the judge said.
The former attorney general was tapped in 2020 by the NFL to work on an inquiry into claims of workplace misconduct involving the then-Washington Football Team.
California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing said in a lawsuit filed Wednesday that Black employees at Tesla's Fremont plant in the state have faced racism and harassment.