Woman Sues Howard Stern Over Aired Phone Call To IRSA Massachusetts woman has sued radio personality Howard Stern and the federal government after her telephone conversation with an IRS agent was aired on Stern's show...
Beyoncé Faces $20M Copyright Suit From YouTube Star's EstateThe estate of Anthony Barre, who went by the name Messy Mya on YouTube, claims in the lawsuit filed in New Orleans federal court Monday that Barre's voice is featured in the introduction to "Formation."
Students At Cal, Stanford File Lawsuit Over Trump’s Travel BanThe federal suit filed Thursday in San Francisco says the ban on citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries is unconstitutional.
Ex-49er Cheerleader Sues NFL Over Low WagesA former San Francisco 49ers cheerleader has filed a federal lawsuit alleging NFL executives and team owners are conspiring to suppress wages for cheerleaders.
Santa Clara County Supervisors Vote To Sue Trump Over Immigration OrderThe Santa Clara County's Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to sue President Donald Trump over his executive order on immigration.
Pressure To Reform California's Bail System Ramps UpCalifornia’s bail system has been accused of discriminating against the poor, but now reform may be on the horizon.
San Francisco Sues President Trump Over Sanctuary City OrderSan Francisco sued President Donald Trump on Tuesday, claiming an executive order that cuts funding from immigrant-protecting "sanctuary cities" is unconstitutional and a "severe invasion of San Francisco's sovereignty."
Washington Attorney General Sues Trump Over Immigration OrderWashington state's attorney general is suing President Trump over an executive order that suspended immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries.
Lefty O'Doul's Property Owners Win Restraining Order In Battle Over MemorabiliaA judge issued a temporary restraining order barring the family running San Francisco's Union Square mainstay Lefty O'Doul's from removing memorabilia and other property from the restaurant prior to a hearing next month.
Watchdog Sues Trump, Says His Businesses Violate ConstitutionA legal watchdog group is filing a lawsuit alleging that President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution by allowing his businesses to accept payments from foreign governments.
Being Unable To Pay Back Student Loans Back Has Become The New NormalHalf of the students at 1,000 colleges and trade schools have defaulted or failed to pay even $1 of their principal loan within 7 years.
Before Inauguration, Trump Pays $25M To Settle Trump University CasesPresident-elect Donald Trump has paid $25 million to settle three lawsuits against his now-defunct Trump University, signaling that a judge's approval of a settlement agreement remains on track for March 30.

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