On Tuesday, Carlson spoke with reporters about her allegations against Fox News network CEO Roger Ailes, explaining what she hoped to get from her suit.
The battle between Sen. Bernie Sanders and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) is about to come to fisticuffs—or, at least, some strongly-worded open letters.
Since 1896 married couples in Japan have been legally obligated to take the same surname. However, five women are attempting to eliminate this antiquated rule by suing the Japanese government.
In response to a judicial order requested by defense lawyers, Dancing With the Stars co-host and Fox Sports correspondent Erin Andrews has disclosed that she is seeking $75 million in damages for being secretly videotaped changing in a Tennessee hotel room.
In August, a group of black women were kicked off a Napa Valley wine train for the crime of laughing loudly; they are now suing the train company for racial discrimination.
An ex-girlfriend of Derrick Rose, basketball player for the Chicago Bulls, is suing the athlete, claiming that he and two of his friends drugged and gang-raped her. The unidentified woman dated the 26-year-old point guard between 2011 and 2013. During the course of their relationship, she claims Rose tried pressuring…
There’s no doubt Cookie Lyon is one of the best (and most fashionable) characters on modern television. Have you ever wondered if the Empire matriarch was actually based on a real-life person? A woman named Sophia Eggleston says that Cookie is based on her life and Lee Daniels, the show’s co-creator, ripped off her…
Obscure clothing brand Lucky 13 filed a copyright lawsuit against Taylor Swift last year, accusing her of selling merchandise that rips off their design. The company is now asking for risqué promotional photos of Swift to prove their point.
AutoZone, an auto parts retailer (GET IN THE ZONE! AUTOZONE!), has recently dropped its challenge to a verdict in the case of a former employee who claims she was demoted, then fired, for being pregnant. She sued for $185 million.
TJ Maxx, the store parents count on for back-to-school savings and deep discounts on interesting “home goods,” may be in some very big trouble. Two Maxxinistas who shop at the store on “occasion” are attempting to launch a class-action lawsuit against the store for deceptive pricing that means nothing.
Two Moroccan women, aged 19 and 23, are on trial for dressing indecently and have found themselves with more representation than they can possibly handle. After being arrested for “gross indecency” for “too tight” dresses in June, the women have become controversial figures in the community, with their arrests…
A woman who sued her husband’s mistress has been awarded no damages after a court decided that neither the husband nor the mistress were in the wrong because the sex was paid for. Therefore, the ruling stated, the business transaction should have had no effect on the couple’s “peaceful home life.”
Three Zara employees have filed a $40 million lawsuit against the “fast-fashion” company, citing discriminatory work practices.
It’s been three years since Lindsay Lohan, star of Just My Luck and Herbie: Fully Loaded, was ordered to serve 125 hours of community service. Since then, Lohan has served about 10 of those hours because she’s a busy career woman who has no time to give back to the community. So now she might be going to jail.
Jena T., one of more than 35 women who've accused Bill Cosby of sexual offenses has come forward and revealed her full name — Jennifer Kaya Thompson. While she's not involved in any of the litigation against Cosby, Thompson says she needed to come forward for two important reasons: Credibility and the chance to speak…
Smizing isn't going to solve this problem.