Consumer Reports says Whole Foods store brand Greek yogurt has five times more sugar than the label lists.
The real estate mogul and reality TV star, who presided over a casino empire in the glory days of Atlantic City, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday demanding that his name be stripped from the remaining two.
A case pitting a casino against gamblers who won $1.5 million in a game with unshuffled card decks may be heading toward trial.
The federal government sued Pennsylvania on Tuesday over physical fitness tests given to applicants for state trooper positions, seeking a stop to a practice that it said illegally discriminates against women.
The NCAA agreed Tuesday to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former college athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing football, hockey, soccer and other contact sports.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority wants a Florida pizza shop to pay a big toll for using a logo similar to the Garden State Parkway’s green and yellow signs.
Paterno and William Kenney filed a lawsuit Monday in Philadelphia federal court that seeks more than $1 million.
A seventh death is being linked to a 2013 building collapse in Philadelphia that killed shoppers and workers inside a Salvation Army.
As KYW’s Dan Wing reports, there will be no limit on the amount of money they can be paid.
Do you really lose your right to sue if you sign a waiver?
Celebrating a bi-partisan effort to expand substance abuse treatment, both Governor Christie and NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney didn’t want to talk about the contentious effort to forge a budget in the next 12 days.
What’s really in that bottle of juice? The Supreme Court has ruled food and drink makers can be sued over claims on a label. The case is a loss for Coca-Cola, but KYW’s Ian Bush reports it also could affect Campbell’s.
The Hershey company says a Maryland candidate is milking its classic chocolate bar for political gain.
A judge says Occupy Philadelphia protesters can proceed with their lawsuit accusing police of unlawful arrest, retaliation and other civil rights violations.
A group of retired NFL players says in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that the league, thirsty for profits, illegally supplied them with risky narcotics and other painkillers that numbed their injuries for games and led to medical complications down the road.