The Pennsylvania Department of State settled with the Public Interest Legal Foundation over a lawsuit alledging more than 21,000 dead voters were on rolls.
A lawsuit in a Maryland county is fighting back against minors having the ‘right’ to run for school board and be elected only by other minors.
Coach David Flynn realized his daughter’s middle school quietly started teaching critical race theory without parents’ approval. Soon after, he lost his job.
‘If the Executive Order stands, it will inflict hundreds of billions or trillions of dollars of damage to the U.S. economy for decades to come.’
Carter Page seeks damages of no less than $75 million from the U.S. government and other former officals involved in the Crossfire Hurricane investigation.
A Republican poll challenger in Detroit signed an affidavit describing how he was kicked out of the voting center after witnessing ballots processed from ineligible voters.
The number of lawsuits Pennsylvania’s ballot-counting process has accrued so far is higher than the number of times the Phillies have won the World Series.
Georgia Secretary of State’s office reported Thursday morning that counties were processing more than 60,000 remaining absentee ballots.
New texts and emails reveal behind-the-scenes chaos shortly after the NYT opinion staff published an editorial accusing Sarah Palin of inciting political violence.
Democrats concerned about Kanye West stealing votes from Joe Biden have enlisted help from the prominent Democratic law firm Perkins Coie.
Movie director Bryan Singer is famous for two things: bringing the X-Men to film and hosting pool parties filled with underaged boys.
The colleges ought to have proactively provided students with a partial tuition refund, rather than wait to be sued for it.
By denying opponents the ability to describe their transgender positions without being publicly shamed, the left wins before the right can even articulate its argument.
Michigan GOP lawmakers unveiled a lawsuit challenging Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order overreach in the name of coronavirus.
National Security Council official is using a Politico and reporter Natasha Bertrand for accusing him of providing ‘materials’ on Ukraine to the president.
“I find it actually somewhat remarkable, given the Mass Tort Cases we have had so far, the Government has resisted the bail-out.”
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Remington Outdoor Co. can be sued for how it marketed their Bushmaster rifle, the model used in the Sandy Hook mass shooting.
Dolezal claimed that her artwork was removed from a 2001 exhibition by Howard University personnel in order to make room for artwork from black students.
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