A jury found Katy Perry guilty of copyright infringement, but a judge recently overturned the decision after concluding that Christian rapper Flame couldn’t prove that Perry copied his song. 

A Christian realtor is suing the Virginia Real Estate Board over investigating how she sharing her religious beliefs on a business website and her email signature. 

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HBO’s attorneys, Theodore Boutrous Jr. and Daniel Petrocelli, filed a motion to have the case dismissed on the grounds that the lawsuit violates their first amendment rights, The Wrap reports.


Family members of Sircie Varnado, a Black woman who was fatally shot in a Chicago Walgreens on June 12 by a man who posed as a police officer, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit in an attempt to obtain justice.


If subway fares start to rise again, this huge payout just might be one of the reasons why…


Sgt. Cesilia Valdovinos, 26, told Yahoo Lifestyle that the harassment began in June 2018 after she was approved to wear the hijab along with the military uniform by her brigade commander, Col. David Zinn.

A California jury on Wednesday ruled in favor of the woman and found the world’s largest health care company mainly liable for her mesothelioma.


The White House is denying a former campaign staffer’s report that he kissed her without her consent.

A Black high school student in Kansas is suing her school for hiring a racist dance coach and enabling her behavior.


One hotel boss completely tried it when he attempted to make a church-going woman cast her services for someone other than the Lord on Sundays.

Mariah Carey is starting 2019 off on a high note, she reportedly just ended a nasty battle with her ex-manager.

A family in North Idaho recently won a four-year legal challenge after they said they were targeted because of their faith.