Trump Just Signed a New Plan for the Colorado River. There's Already a Lawsuit to Halt It.
The Imperial Irrigation District in California has sued to halt the plan, arguing that it wrongly ignores the Salton Sea.
By Helping Wealthy Cuban Exiles, Trump Might Hurt Ordinary Cuban Citizens
Activating a provision that allows rich exiles to sue in American court for property lost during the 1959 revolution would raise hostilities once again and potentially hurt the Cuban economy.
Austin Is Being Sued Over an LGBTQ Discrimination Ordinance
There is currently no statewide law that protects LGBTQ employees from discrimination, but San Antonio, Dallas, and Fort Worth have non-discrimination ordinances similar to Austin's.
The Legal Case That Could Potentially Disrupt Trump's Signature Tax Cut
A lawsuit filed last month by four states attacks the legislation as it resulted in much higher federal taxes for many residents of high-tax states.
How Litigation Has Become Rural America's Best Bet to Curb Farm Pollution
Those living near factory farms have to contend with noxious odors, toxic emissions, and swarms of insects, and have had little success in obtaining relief—but that is changing.
The Supreme Court Is Set to Decide the Future of Mandatory Arbitration
These binding clauses lock millions of workers and consumers out of the courtroom, and now their legality is being determined by the highest court in the land.
The Trump Administration Is Reportedly Separating Hundreds of Immigrant Children From Their Parents
A lawsuit filed Monday aims to reunite a Congolese mother and her daughter, ripped apart at separate detention facilities as part of an apparent plan to discourage new asylum seekers.
Trump's Commission on Election Integrity Is Suing Itself
Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap has filed a suit claiming that Trump's Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is violating federal transparency laws.