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“Republicans DO NOT want to throw doctors” in jail.
The leak of an early draft ruling on a hotly contested Supreme Court abortion case has focused attention on what might happen if Roe v. Wade — the five-decade-old precedent requiring national […] The post What would state laws look like in a
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, as a leaked draft ruling suggests it might, then the rules governing abortion would revert to the states. In many states, the laws would either sharply restrict abortion or protect it.
A post on Facebook claims that when the UK government did a £1 billion trade deal with India the main beneficiary was Infosys, the company “owned by Rishi Sunak’s wife and family”. In May 2021, the government announced £1
Did a Justice Sandy Barron-Batt deny a motion to dismiss a lawsuit against Whoopi Goldberg filed by Kyle Rittenhouse? No, that's not true: For one thing, the lawsuit does not actually exist, it was invented by a liberal satire website. Th
Several posts on Facebook claim that Infosys, an IT firm founded by the Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s wife’s father, is registered in Rwanda. They also claim the UK outsources “many of its immigration processes” to the firm. The impl
Are a series of U.S. financial laws rattled off in a social media video the "six infinity stones" to "snap away your problems"? No, that's not true: The laws mentioned in the 54-second video define aspects of America's financial system an
A former Google employee sued the tech giant for racial discrimination, saying it engages in a “pattern and practice” of unfair treatment for its Black workers.
A judge blocked an investigation by the state's child protective services agency pending further court proceedings.
A federal judge rejected efforts by former President Donald Trump to toss out conspiracy lawsuits filed by lawmakers and two Capitol police officers.
The judge said Palin had failed to show that The Times had acted out of malice, something required in libel lawsuits involving public figures.
The full impact of state-issued mask or vaccination policies on infection rates remains unknown.
GOP state lawmakers in battlegrounds have proposed new restrictions on voting such as banning mail ballots or adding new rules to cast ballots by mail, such as cutting back the availability of ballot drop boxes.
A post on Instagram claims that challenging someone who is not wearing a face mask could mean you are committing an criminal offence according to equality and anti-discrimination laws, and could be fined up to £9,000. The post is styled to
We’ve combed through the lawsuits and countersuits to identify the key provisions that are under dispute in four states — and why.
Former band members were being sued for alleged child exploitation and pornography.
The lawsuit supposedly alleged that paranormal forces inside the Jumanji video game threatened to kill all of its players.
On 11 December the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) tweeted that Covid-19 passes would be required at some events in England from 15 December. However at the time of writing, this controversial measure is not yet law and has not yet been pa
“39 out of 42 (countries) in Europe have more restrictive abortion laws” than Mississippi.
Did Kyle Rittenhouse file a $400 million lawsuit against CNN? No, that's not true: The article containing that claim was posted on a satirical website, with several indications that it was a fictitious story. The claim originated in a Nov
Is Bill Gates charged with murder in India's High Court for an alleged COVID-19-vaccine-caused death? No, that's not true: A $134 million lawsuit has been filed against Gates and others in India but it was done so by a private citizen who
Was a new long list of Jeffrey Epstein "co-conspirators" just released? No, that's not true: The list that is claimed to be of "co-conspirators" is a list of 35 defendants in a lawsuit filed in 2020 by a woman claiming she was trafficked
Did Sidney Powell, an attorney who previously worked for former President Donald Trump, file a lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems on November 14, 2021? No, that's not true: Powell filed a counterclaim in September 2021 in response to
Cleveland will have two teams called the Guardians.
The research on this is all over the place, but a conservative lawyer argued before the Supreme Court that it goes down. The answer is much more complex.
Did the British Medical Association's news blog reveal flaws that disqualify the results of a contractor's field testing of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, and were the problems ignored by the Food & Drug Administration and by Pfizer? No,
A confluence of issues have created congestion at the busiest port in the U.S.
Trump claims in the lawsuit that the request “is almost limitless in scope,” and seeks records with no reasonable connection to that day.
The video of farmers' demonstration in Delhi's Red Fort over the farm laws, in which police clashed with protestors misquoted as from Punjab state.
The litigant and attorney face court-ordered sanctions as a penalty for targeting Snopes with baseless lawsuit.
Prince Andrew has acknowledged through his lawyer that he has been served with a lawsuit by a U.S. woman who says he sexually assaulted her, clearing a hurdle that had stalled legal proceedings for several weeks.
Nine lawyers allied with former President Donald Trump face financial penalties and other sanctions after a judge said they had abused the court system with a lawsuit that challenged Michigan’s election results in favor of Joe Biden.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced reforms to its bylaws and an overhaul of its membership process in a bid to diversify its ranks and potentially restore the heavily criticized Golden Globes.
Plaintiffs accused the company of deceptive marketing by describing their sugary cereals as "heart healthy" and "lightly-sweetened."
Lawyers announced they were on the verge of a $26 billion settlement with the nation's three biggest drug distribution companies.
Was a Florida court told that Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minnesota was recruited by Qatar, received money from that country, and passed "sensitive intel" to Iran through intermediates? Yes, but the statements were made in a deposition during a la
The term 'blue laws' historically defined regulations intended to preserve the Sabbath by proscribing what activities were allowed on that day.