Female Athletes Sue NCAA Over Transgender Policies

Former collegiate swimmer Riley Gaines and 15 other female athletes have launched a lawsuit against the NCAA over its transgender policies.

Hillcrest Country Club Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Discrimination, Membership Bias

The Hillcrest Country Club, frequented by Vice President Kamala Harris and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, faced scrutiny this week as a lawsuit accused the...

Florida Defamation Bill Sparks Nationwide Debate Over Media Freedom

Conservative groups and activists nationwide are expressing opposition to a bill pending before the Florida House, which aims to facilitate lawsuits against journalists and...

Defense Department to Provide Fertility Treatments to Same-Sex, Unmarried Couples

We applaud the Department of Defense for working to expand access to fertility treatments for service members," Ossorio said in a statement. "We are overjoyed for our military members who may only now qualify for coverage and desperately need this care to build a family."

Ghislaine Maxwell Attended Chelsea Clinton’s Wedding, Skipped Deposition

Another batch of unsealed court documents related to Jeffrey Epstein revealed that Ghislaine Maxwell skipped a deposition to attend Chelsea Clinton's wedding.

‘True the Vote’ Wins Landmark Election Case

Election integrity organization True the Vote (TTV) and Catherine Engelbrecht won a landmark lawsuit against Stacy Abrams, Marc Elias, and the left-wing group Fair Fight.

Federal Judge Prohibits Removal of Texas Border Barriers

A federal judge has prohibited the Biden administration from removing Texas' wire fencing to mitigate illegal immigration.

New York City Mayor Accused of Sexual Assault

New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) has been accused of sexual assault in a new lawsuit.

Judge Says Biden Admin Cannot Dismantle Texas Border Fence

A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order prohibiting the Bidena administration from tampering with a wire fence designed to protect Texas' border with Mexico.

City in Ohio Bans ‘Faith-Based’ Items From Festival Booths

The city of Groveport, Ohio reportedly banned the sale of "faith-based" items during its annual Apple Butter Day festival this year.

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