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Forget Twitter, the Trump campaign’s frivolous lawsuits are next-level threats to the First Amendment
Trump's campaign sued a small TV station that ran an anti-Trump ad. The suit will probably fail, but bogus lawsuits can cause financial ruin.
The Trump Administration has deemed professional athletes essential workers in the United States — here’s what that means for the return o...
The provision allows professional athletes from foreign countries to enter the United States in order to compete in their respective sports.
The New York Times says Alison Roman’s column will return as the food writer announces she is starting her own newsletter
Alison Roman is on temporary leave from The New York Times after she commented on Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo's careers in an interview.
A woman died before her wedding, and the would-be videographer created a website to harass her grieving fiancé after refusing to give him a refun...
"We hope you sob and cry all day for what would have been your wedding day," the company apparently posted on social media. "Sorry, not sorry."
Beijing says it will unilaterally impose national laws in Hong Kong ‘without delay’ as thousands take to the streets in protest
Critics worry that the new laws could hurt Hong Kong's independence and the city's position as a financial center.
MLB owners reached an agreement, but still need to find a middle ground with players on safety precautions, pay deductions, and revenue splits.
The Trump administration gave a drug-making contract worth up to $812 million to a small Virginia firm founded less than 6 months ago
The Trump administration is plowing hundreds of millions into boosting US medicine manufacturing, fearing an overreliance on foreign companies.
The council also encouraged residents to report antisemitic and racist incidents that have been on the rise since the pandemic began.
Leaked audio: Crew stuck for weeks on board Norwegian Cruise Line ship threatened with ‘prosecution by shoreside authorities’ if they leak...
Crew members on board the Norwegian Epic were told that leaking could result in "prosecution by shoreside authorities."
Oklahoma city immediately dropped its face mask order after residents threatened violence against employees who were enforcing the rule
Just hours after requiring the use of face masks in stores and restaurants, the city of Stillwater, Oklahoma, revised its stance.