A complaint calling the policy unconstitutional was filed Tuesday in federal court in Seattle by states including Washington, California and New York, as well as the District of Columbia.
It says the real estate tycoon elected president in 2016 used charity funds from the foundation to pay his legal bills, promote his Trump-branded hotels, and for personal spending.
The copyright infringement lawsuit, which also names ABC's corporate parent Walt Disney Co as a defendant, was filed in Los Angeles federal court and took aim at "The Last Days of Michael Jackson," a two-hour show broadcast on May 24.
Umno Youth chief says he wants to sue PKR vice-president as he cannot accept ‘lies’ about his integrity.
The Umno Youth chief says Rafizi Ramli is using racial sentiments by provoking Indians against BN.
The case, filed in federal court in New Jersey, will become a class-action suit once it is certified by a judge.
Adult-film actress Stormy Daniels sued President Donald Trump on Tuesday, alleging he never signed a nondisclosure agreement to keep her quiet about an "intimate" relationship between them.
The U.S. Justice Department will file a lawsuit against the state of California alleging it is interfering with the enforcement of federal immigration laws, escalating a long-simmering battle over "sanctuary" policies that try to protect illegal immigrants against deportation.
The Umno leader says he will sue if the Penang CM does not apologise, but Guan Eng replies he is ready to meet Azeez in court.
Trump Organization said that a Panamanian court had ordered the appointment of a temporary third-party administrator to manage the hotel, adding that it believes no final legal determination has been made.
It says Apple's new logo looks too much like its registered logo.
Water supply company says state government is vicariously liable for the acts of Khalid Ibrahim and Azmin Ali as Selangor menteri besar.
Burghard Ilge of Both ENDS says some countries forced to pay millions after failing to fulfil investors’ expectations.
Apandi Ali says he will proceed to sue the blogger if there is no apology.
She is demanding that an apology be published within 48 hours and for the pages with the offending articles to be removed from publication.
The Pujut assemblyman is reportedly seeking unspecified damages from Wong Soon Koh and Borneo Post Sdn Bhd, as well as a court restraint on the respondents from repeating the statement.
BNSC deputy director Eric See-To says he has not received any legal letter from Penang CM whose office stated intention to sue him for defamation almost four weeks ago.
His office says defamatory action will be taken against ‘BN media’ and the deputy director of the BN’s strategic communications arm.
Umno cybertroopers in 191 divisions should always hold to the principle of ‘fighting with facts, not with slander’ when denying allegations, he says.
Man at centre of controversy over alleged breach of dress-code regulation, to send demand letters to various people over slander, including chess coach, politicians.
The whole concept of misfeasance in public office in Malaysia has been hijacked by a view so narrow that no misfeasance in public office action can be brought against any member of the administration of the country.
Islamist party says Nanyang Siang Pau insulted Muslims in the country and Islamic laws through its 'monkey' cartoon.
The FT minister challenges Teresa Kok to repeat outside the Dewan Rakyat her accusation that he works for the housing developers.
Amanah leader says he stands by his allegation that PAS received RM90 million from Umno.