Kevin Stitt said the advisory opinion “rightfully defends parents, education freedom, and religious liberty in Oklahoma.” | Alex Wong/Getty Images

Oklahoma is the first state to have approved what could be the nation's first and only completely publicly funded Catholic religious school. The dual entities Catholic Archdiocese of Oklahoma City and the Diocese of Tulsa, Oklahoma, would run the school, which is an online charter school. In an opinion issued... Read More »

Dozens of activists stage a sit-in outside Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' office and force people to step over them to reach DeSantis' office as they speak out against the governor and his policies. (Alicia Devine/Tallahassee Democrat via AP)

A hefty, throwback bill package in Florida that harkens in spirit to the1950s was signed by Governor Rick DeSantis this week, with the administration promising to “protect Florida’s children from permanent mutilating surgical procedures, gender identity politics in schools, and attending sexually explicit adult performances.” The so-called “sweeping” set of... Read More »

LGBTQ activists march past the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville in February. (John Amis/Images for Human Rights Campaign/AP via The Atlanta Voice)

In a strongly worded, 70-page defense of the First Amendment, U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Parker of the Western District of Tennessee ruled that a State law that limits public drag shows was unconstitutional. Parker found the bill overbroad, too vague, and not narrowly tailored enough to achieve the compelling... Read More »

SpaceX headquarters

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is headed to federal court after being sued by numerous environmental groups due to claims of not conducting enough research into the recent SpaceX launch. The plaintiffs include the American Bird Conservancy, Center for Biological Diversity, Surfrider Foundation, Save RGV, and the Corrizzo/Comcrudo Nation of... Read More »

Dave Ramsey offers Bible-based financial advice on his radio show. (The Ramsey Show/YouTube via Yahoo)

Radio personality and financial guru Dave Ramsey has been hit with a $150 million class action lawsuit related to Ramsey's promotion of the now-failed timeshare exit company, Timeshare Exit Team. Ramsey, the CEO of Ramsey Solutions, rose to popularity because of his financial advice that pushes people to get out... Read More »

Hyundai dealership

Auto manufacturers Hyundai and Kia agreed to settle class action claims that their vehicles are especially prone to theft. The Korean automakers will pay roughly $200 million to settle claims with as many as nine million vehicle owners nationwide. The lawsuit alleges that the covered vehicles--model years 2015-2019 Kia and... Read More »

Vote by mail

Among its endless controversies, the 2020 election is likely to be most remembered for its contentious debates over the legality and accuracy of ballots. A recent ruling by a California Court of Appeal could help prevent pouring more fuel onto the fire over the legitimacy of votes. This time it’s... Read More »

Priscilla Presley

The famous: they’re just like us, and love to fight in court. With the Elvis Presley legacy at stake, Priscilla Presley petitioned the court in January to overturn her late daughter’s trust. Now, Ms. Presley has reached a settlement agreement in her petition challenging her late daughter, Lisa Marie Presley’s,... Read More »

A California appeals court reversed Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to deny parole for Leslie Van Houten, above, a follower of cult leader Charles Manson who has spent more than 50 years behind bars.(Stan Lim / Los Angeles Daily News)

When she was 19, Leslie Van Houten became a member of the notorious Manson Family. After a year of living under the drug-fueled and manipulative influence of their cult leader, she and three other Family members murdered Rosemary and Leno LaBianca. She was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder... Read More »

FILE - Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee delivers his State of the State address in the House Chamber, Jan. 31, 2022, in Nashville, Tenn. Tennessee's decision to exclude medical coverage for gender-affirming care for its public employees is unconstitutional and discriminatory, according to a federal lawsuit Tuesday, May 23, 2023, brought by two people who were denied such services while working for the state. (AP Photo/Mark Zaleski, File)

A federal lawsuit brought forward by a worker for the state of Tennessee and a former special education teacher accuses the state’s health benefit program of discriminating against transgender individuals. The lawsuit was filed by Gerda Zinner, 30, and Story VanNess, 38 on May 24, 2023. Both plaintiffs take issue... Read More »

Arby's sign

A family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Arby’s parent company, Turbo Restaurant LLC, and the franchise owners of the New Iberia Arby’s restaurant after their loved one passed away while locked in the restaurant's commercial walk-in freezer. Sixzty-three-year-old Nguyet Le was assigned to work as a temporary manager... Read More »

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