The Trump Organization is suing New York City over its decision to cancel the company's contract to run a city-owned golf course in the Bronx.
More than $8 million has been paid to settle five lawsuits stemming from the deadly crash of a New Jersey Transit train in 2016, including one filed by the family of a woman who was killed.
John Demers, the DOJ’s top national security official, is resigning after revelations that the department secretly seized records from Democrats and media members.
Houston Methodist Hospital system has suspended 178 staff members without pay, and if they don’t get vaccinated for COVID-19 by June 21st, they’ll be fired. So far, 117 of the employees have sued to overturn the new COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
The FBI says it is getting serious about sexual harassment in its ranks. It's starting a 24/7 tip line, doing more to help accusers and taking a tougher stand against agents found to have committed misconduct.
A survey conducted by the Pew Research Center found that more than half of Americans support the death penalty despite its decline in states over the past decade.
New York City Cyber Command detected "unauthorized access" in a Law Department system and launched an investigation, according to City Hall.
Kentucky’s attorney general is coming after CVS, alleging the company played a role in the state’s opioid addiction woes.
Thousands of victims of a breast implant scandal are entitled to compensation, an appeals court in France ruled.
NJ Transit has reached settlements in lawsuits filed by the family of a woman killed and several people injured in a 2016 crash when a train slammed into a station in Hoboken, New Jersey.