After being cast in a negative light by D Magazine, hotel mogul Monty Bennett is calling out what he calls blatant hypocrisy by the Dallas lifestyle magazine.
Bennett, who is chairman of the Ashford Group of Companies, was accused by D Magazine’s Arts Editor Peter Simek of paying to be published in various media outlets across the country.
The state of Montana has one of the lowest economic growth rates in the nation due to the incompetence and corruption of its Democratic governor, according to a Bozeman attorney, and Bullock has been governor since 2013 and is currently running for a U.S. Senate seat.
The year 2020 could rank as among the costliest when it comes to civil disobedience, second only to 1992 when the Rodney King riots devastated South Central Los Angeles, according to the Insurance Information Institute.
An interview with the Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California who issued an order denying a fellow U.S. District judge’s request to summon jurors for a pending case.
When Attorney Wesley Ouchi sued Los Angeles County for forcing one of his male teen clients to take estrogen, he did not foresee the lawsuit leading to oversight of juvenile hall. But that’s what happened. Ouchi filed the lawsuit in Superior Court of Los Angeles on June 23 after his client, a minor, developed gynecomastia, which is defined as swelling of breast tissue in males. Dr. David Oh, medical director of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court Health Services, and Dr. Danny Wang, who reports to Dr. Oh, are named as defendants and are accused of prescribing the estrogen hormone, Estradiol.
Pasadena church requests a preliminary injunction against Newsom's worship ban; Critic calls ban 'stunning'
A Southern California church has filed a federal lawsuit in the U.S. Central District of California against Gov. Newsom over his ban on singing and chanting during worship services. Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministries (HIM) alleges the ban criminalizes worship and violates the right to religious freedom under the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment.
Constitutional attorney Bilal A. Essayli finds the ban stunning.
“I find it interesting that the governor is explicitly limi...
Supporters of President Trump caught painting over a large Black Lives Matter (BLM) mural in Contra Costa County have been charged with a misdemeanor hate crime charge.
An elected member of the Board of Education for the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District has sued in federal court over Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to delay school reopenings in Los Angeles County, which is on the state’s COVID-19 watch list.
It used to be that the U.S. Supreme Court Pruneyard decision allowed petition circulators to gather signatures from people at privately owned shopping malls, that is until superstores such as Target, Home Depot and Walmart decided they weren’t shopping malls and the rules don't apply.
A marine-focused environmental group has sued the biggest manufacturers of food and drink, alleging that the companies are responsible for plastics pollution in California and around the world. Earth Island Institute filed its public nuisance complaint on Feb. 26 in San Mateo Superior Court against Proctor and Gamble, Crystal Geyser, Colgate Palmolive, Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola and a slew of other consumer goods companies.
The Supreme Court of the U.S. (SCOTUS) greenlit the speedy removal of asylum seekers, granting President Donald Trump’s administration what appears to be an immigration victory.
When Laryssa Galvez, Judith Lindley and Natalie Anderson signed up for a giveaway on Instagram, they thought they would automatically receive dresses from Hollywood star Reese Witherspoon’s clothing line.
It was only after having turned over their personal and employment data that they discovered the Draper James promotion wasn’t as generous as it sounded. They filed a class-action lawsuit.
In the five years that William Robinson has been a professional cleaner, he had never been asked to take his temperature before clocking in. But that’s where COVID-19 has taken him and every other cleaner who works at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
“Anytime you step outside the realm of the airport and return, you get your temperature checked all over again,” Robinson told Texas Business Daily. “Even if you go outside for lunch, when you come back in, you get checked."
The Supreme Court of the U.S. (SCOTUS) greenlit the speedy removal of asylum seekers, granting President Donald Trump’s administration what appears to be an immigration victory. Most Americans and legal residents want to get back to work in this exceptional environment without the pressure of new immigrants in the job market.
When Curtis Hill, Jr. was elected four years ago to be Indiana’s attorney general, he had a vision for what the office could be under his leadership. Today he says he's matched that vision. In fact, Hill said he has been engaged directly with the White House and President Trump on national issues, such as Black Lives Matter.