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New York Post › 8 hours ago
State Attorney General Letitia James sued e-cigarette giant Juul Tuesday for allegedly engaging in deceptive marketing and sales tactics that targeted young people and contributed significantly to the rising national vaping crisis. Juul “took a page...
New York Post › Finance › 21 hours ago
Cable giant Comcast is being accused — yet again — of throwing its weight around unfairly. The nation’s largest cable provider, which also owns NBCUniversal, was slapped with an antitrust lawsuit on Monday by Altitude Sports and Entertainment...
New York Post › 1 day ago
Ka-pow! Comic book legend Frank Miller — who penned “Sin City” and “300” — socked his ex-wife with a lawsuit Monday for allegedly swiping valuable rough sketches of his work and trying to sell them under the table. Lynn Varley, an award...
ABC News › 1 day ago
Survivors and descendants of those killed when a container ship collided with a U.S. Navy destroyer off Japan’s coast are suing the ship’s Japanese operator
New York Post › 1 day ago
A woman says in a new Manhattan lawsuit that she was just 15 years old when a female associate of Jeffrey Epstein began grooming her for sex with the pedophile — gifting her with an iPod and then sexually assaulting her before passing her off to the...
New York Post › 1 day ago
Brian Ripka claims that current CEO Andrew Stenzler, with help from his wife Shari’s p.r. firm, has frozen him out of the company and smeared his name.
New York Post › 2 days ago
An NYPD sergeant says the department punished him for seeking treatment for his 9/11-related illness by transferring him to a punitive post and withholding overtime, according to a lawsuit made public Sunday. Sgt. Cyress Smith, 52, developed a chronic...
New York Post › 2 days ago
A woman was fired after her braggart co-worker shared their sexts with colleagues, and now her former employer is hitting her up for $25,000 in legal fees, according to new court filings. National Debt Relief LLC employee Jennifer Ricketts, 28, sent...
New York Post › 3 days ago
She didn’t have to die. A young Brooklyn woman jumped to her death from a Midtown hotel because a city hospital failed to give her the care she needed, her parents charged in a lawsuit. Jiawen Liu, 23, had been acting “erratically” near the...
New York Post › 3 days ago
A Staten Island schoolgirl was secretly photographed in the shower by a classmate who shared the snaps with other students, who then viciously bullied her, a lawsuit claims. Making matters worse, administrators at IS 7 in Huguenot were allegedly more...
New York Post › 4 days ago
A 6-year-old girl’s face was permanently scarred by a University of Minnesota doctor during a laser procedure to remove a birthmark, a new lawsuit claims. The girl’s mother, Kasey Bernu, told the Star Tribune that she wants “accountability...
New York Post › 4 days ago
A lawyer for 9/11 victims’ families on Friday blasted the Justice Department’s staunch refusal to release a 2016 report detailing everything the government knows about the terror attacks — including the name of an unindicted co-conspirator who...
New York Post › 4 days ago
The mother of a Michigan teenager who killed himself is suing the Archdiocese of Detroit after a priest questioned whether her son would go to heaven.
New York Post › 4 days ago
Jeffrey Epstein harangued one of his victims for nude photos a mere month before his arrest on sex-trafficking charges, according to a new lawsuit filed against his estate Thursday. Juliette Bryant says in her Manhattan federal court lawsuit that she...
Politico › Politics › 5 days ago
The contentious program has drawn a series of lawsuits, protests and a Department of Defense inspector general investigation.
CBC › 5 days ago
U.S. President Donald Trump is asking the Supreme Court to block a subpoena for his tax returns, in a test of the president's ability to defy investigations.
New York Post › 5 days ago
A payroll company claims one of Thomson Reuters’ directors tried to bribe it — and then ended a lucrative contract when it didn’t take the dough, according to a new lawsuit. Pride Technologies, LLC, or Pride One, says that the media organization...
New York Post › Incident › 5 days ago
A Louisiana widow says Carnival Cruise Line failed to check an unlicensed doctor’s credentials before the phony physician treated her husband who later died aboard one of the boats, according to a federal lawsuit. The judge rejected last week the...
New York Post › 5 days ago
“ISIS bride” Hoda Muthana is not a US citizen — and America is under no obligation to let her back into the country, a federal judge ruled Thursday, according to a new report. Judge Reggie Walton found there was enough evidence to prove Muthana...
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