Md. AG Sues To Block 'Dangerous' Sprint/T-Mobile MergerMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is joining a number of other attorneys general in a lawsuit seeking to block the merger of cell phone providers Sprint and T-Mobile.
General Mills Drops 'Natural' Label From Granola Bars After LawsuitAs part of a settlement, General Mills will be altering the label of its Nature Valley granola bars.
Surgeon Removed Woman's Kidney By Mistake, Lawsuit ClaimsAn Iowa woman is suing her doctor after he allegedly removed her kidney instead of another body part during surgery in 2016.
Husband Sues Wife's Lover, Judge Awards Him $8.8 MillionUsing a rare state law, a North Carolina husband has been awarded nearly $9 million after suing the man who allegedly had an affair with his wife.
Student Suspended For Trump Shirt Gets $25,000 And ApologyLiberty High School in Hillsboro has agreed to pay $25,000 to senior Addison Barnes, who school officials suspended for wearing a shirt that read "Donald J. Trump Border Wall Construction Co."
Judge Allows Lawsuits Claiming Weed Killer Causes Cancer To ProceedA judge has ruled that hundreds of lawsuits claiming "Roundup" weed killer causes cancer can proceed to the next phase in court.
Woman Sues NASA To Keep Moon Dust Gift From Neil ArmstrongA woman is suing NASA over a gift she claims was given to her by the first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong.
Man Sues CVS For Telling His Wife He Had A Viagra PrescriptionA man in New York is suing CVS after the pharmacy giant revealed that he had a prescription for Viagra to his wife.
Man Tried To Drown Himself, Now Suing Police Who Saved His LifeA Virginia pool worker, who tried to drown himself during a bipolar episode, is now suing the police officers and lifeguard who saved him because they allegedly took too long to do it.
D.C. Agrees to $16.65M Settlement With Wrongly Convicted ManThe District of Columbia has agreed to pay $16.65 million to a man who spent 27 years in prison for a rape and murder he didn't commit.
Suit Against Baltimore Housing Authority Expanded, Alleges Handymen Sought Sex for RepairsA Baltimore woman was left without heat for two years because a maintenance man refused to fix her pipes unless she had sex with him, according to an amendment to a lawsuit against the Baltimore Housing Authority.
Families File Lawsuits Over 2013 Navy Yard ShootingTwo years after the shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, families whose loved ones died are filing multimillion dollar lawsuits against companies they say could have prevented it from happening.
Maryland Settles Inmate's Excessive Force LawsuitThe state of Maryland has settled a lawsuit alleging correctional officers brutalized an inmate who insulted a nurse at the maximum-security North Branch Correctional Institution near Cumberland in 2012.
Judge Mostly Rejects NCAA Bid For Secrecy in Civil LawsuitA judge has largely rejected an NCAA bid for secrecy in a civil lawsuit stemming from the brain-injury death of a Frostburg State University football player.
D.C. Fish Market Businesses File Suit Against the CityThe owners of three Southwest Waterfront businesses are suing D.C. and the developer of a $2 billion project they say is destroying their property.