The lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of some of the stops, with lawyers arguing the policy unfairly targets minorities.
A New Jersey man claims an insomnia cure promoted on “The Dr. Oz Show” left third-degree burns on his feet.
Following a preliminary settlement Wednesday, motorists ticketed by red-light cameras in New Jersey last year are closer to getting some of their money back.
A lawsuit filed by opponents of a major expansion of the NYU campus in Greenwich Village has advanced, following a judge’s decision last week, according to a published report.
The family of a bodega worker who was accidentally shot and killed by a New York City police officer during a robbery plans to sue the city for $25 million.
Two groups representing livery cab drivers filed suit earlier this month arguing that the virtual hail apps violate a law that prevents yellow cab drivers from setting up prearranged rides with passengers.
Three Long Island mothers – all tired of battling school administrators – are now going to do battle in federal court over claims that their disabled children are being discriminated against in public school.
A former VIP hostess at the Midtown nightclub Lavo is suing the venue, claiming the loud music made her nearly deaf in one ear, according to a published report.
A Long Island mother explained this weekend why Wendy’s was named as a defendant in a lawsuit stemming from a crash in front of one of the restaurants.
A homeless Brooklyn man is suing his parents, claiming they’ve been unsupportive and indifferent to his problems.
ALBANY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – New York’s largest teachers union and several parents sued Wednesday to overturn the state’s property tax cap as unconstitutional, contending it widens the gap between rich and poor districts and interferes […]
Twelve people filed a lawsuit Tuesday against North Shore University Hospital, after medical records with their personal information were stolen – leaving them vulnerable to identity theft.
The survivor of a vicious 2007 schoolyard attack that left three college-bound friends dead still suffers from nightmares and depression from the ambush, though she has been able to graduate from college and hold a job.
The survivor of an attack that killed three college-aged friends in 2007 testified in a civil trial against the school district Monday that she felt safe entering the New Jersey schoolyard, but once attacked thought she might die.
A gun advocacy group took the first step Tuesday to legally halting the newly-signed gun laws for New York state.