The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit against ExxonMobil saying the company failed to take action to prevent a racially hostile work environment.
A federal judge agreed Friday to dismiss a lawsuit that had accused a Georgia school district of racial discrimination, including for barring students from wearing Black Lives Matter T-shirts.
Ten former players are suing the National Football League, claiming its doctors were biased and purposely gave them unfavorable reports so the NFL could justify not paying for disability benefits.
For years, tourists have peered into multi-million-dollar apartments from the top of London's busiest art gallery. Britain's Supreme Court says that has to change.
The former president has made good on his threat to sue the Washington Post reporter over his use of interview recordings. The lawsuit seeks nearly $50 million in damages.
Supporters of abortion rights have filed separate lawsuits challenging abortion pill restrictions in North Carolina and West Virginia. The lawsuits were filed Wednesday.
A staffer on Herschel Walker's Republican Senate campaign has filed a lawsuit against prominent conservative activist Matt Schlapp, accusing Schlapp of groping him during a car ride in Georgia before last year's midterm election.
Two state employees and a public school media clerk are suing the state of Georgia. They say in a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday that the state employee health plan is illegally discriminating by refusing to pay for gender transition-related health care.
The lawsuit, filed Friday, alleges fraud and antitrust violations, among other claims. Nearly 400 more people have since shown interest in joining and will be added as plaintiffs, a lawyer tells NPR.
Kraft Heinz says its Velveeta Shells & Cheese cups are "ready in 3 1/2 minutes." The proposed class action lawsuit counters that microwaving is one of several steps and seeks $5 million in damages.
Conservationists are waging another legal challenge against a company’s strip-mining plans near the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Southeast Georgia.
Black Residents in a planned community affiliated with a Fayetteville movie studio are filing a discrimination lawsuit against their community. They say previous efforts to address problems over the past four years have failed.
State officials say the law bars optional early voting the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Lawyers representing Democrats disagree.
The magazine's publisher is suing the two Grammy award-winning artists for releasing a parody Vogue issue to promote their new album.
Condé Nast, the publisher of Vogue, is seeking at least $4 million in damages over the rappers' fake Vogue cover.