At Fox News, Kisses, Innuendo, Propositions and Fears of Reprisal

Current and former employees describe instances of sexual harassment and intimidation, suggesting that Roger Ailes’s exit may not be the end of the network’s woes.


Sperm Banks Accused of Losing Samples and Lying About Donors

One lawsuit, by a California woman, claims a Los Angeles fertility center lost her late husband’s banked sperm, denying her the ability to have his children.


Justice Dept. Will Seek to Block 2 Health Insurance Mergers

Antitrust officials are concerned that Aetna’s deal with Humana and Anthem’s pursuit of Cigna would harm competition in the health insurance industry.


Keno Brothers, ‘Antiques Roadshow’ Stars, Face Debt and Legal Challenge

Leigh and Leslie Keno, celebrity appraisers who have appeared on “Antiques Roadshow,” went on a buying spree this spring that left them with nearly $600,000 in debt.


Keno Brothers, ‘Antiques Roadshow’ Stars, Face Debt and 2 Lawsuits

Leigh and Leslie Keno, celebrity appraisers who have appeared on “Antiques Roadshow,” went on a buying spree this spring that left them with nearly $600,000 in debt.


Keno Brothers, ‘Antique Roadshow’ Stars, Face Debt and 2 Lawsuits

Leigh and Leslie Keno, celebrity appraisers who have appeared on “Antiques Roadshow,” went on a buying spree this spring that left them with nearly $600,000 in debt.


Keno Brothers, Sued by 2 Auction Houses, Say They Made a Mistake

Leigh and Leslie Keno, celebrity appraisers who have appeared on “Antiques Roadshow,” went on a buying spree this spring that left them with nearly $600,000 in debt.


Donald Trump’s Deals Rely on Being Creative With the Truth

Over the span of his career, project after project has produced allegations of bad faith, broken promises, blatant lies or outright fraud.


Takata Settles Airbag Suit, Averting Testimony by Its Chief

The company had long resisted settling the case of Patricia Mincey of Florida, who was paralyzed after the airbag in her Honda Civic forcefully deployed.


Gretchen Carlson’s Fox News Contract Could Shroud Her Case in Secrecy

If the former Fox News anchor’s suit is forced into arbitration, her chances of winning are lessened, and little will be made public about it.


Gretchen Carlson’s Contract Could Shroud Her Case in Secrecy

If the former Fox News anchor’s suit is forced into arbitration, her chances of winning are lessened, and little will be made public about it.


Gretchen Carlson, Former Fox Anchor, Speaks Publicly About Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Ms. Carlson repeated the allegations she made last week against Roger Ailes, her former boss at the news network.


A Fight to Make Two Classic Songs Copyright Free to You and Me

A firm that put “Happy Birthday” into the public domain now wants to rescind copyright protection for “We Shall Overcome” and “This Land Is Your Land.”


Family of Marie Colvin, Slain U.S. Journalist, Sues Syria

The complaint contends that Syrian officials worked in concert to locate, track and target journalists like Ms. Colvin, who was killed in an artillery strike in 2012.


Gretchen Carlson Suit Aims at Retaliation Over Discrimination

The suit is following a trend so pronounced that it has sometimes displaced attempts to remedy the discriminatory treatment itself.


Mediator: Gretchen Carlson Suit Against Fox News Head Forces Network to Face Changing Mores

Facing a gender discrimination suit against its chairman, Fox is being swept by societal forces that are defying old behaviors long abetted by silence.


Peter Doig Says He Didn’t Paint This. Now He Has to Prove It.

A former corrections officer who said he knew Mr. Doig filed the lawsuit, saying the painter’s denials blew up a plan to sell the work for millions of dollars.


How Gretchen Carlson Took On the Chief of Fox News

Gretchen Carlson, who has not shied away from discussing sexual harassment, is suing Roger Ailes over his alleged conduct toward her.


How a News Anchor Took On the Chief of Fox News

Gretchen Carlson, who has not shied away from discussing sexual harassment, is suing Roger Ailes over his alleged conduct toward her.


Gretchen Carlson of Fox News Files Harassment Suit Against Roger Ailes

Gretchen Carlson said that after she refused sexual advances by Roger Ailes, the network chief, he curtailed her airtime and later declined to renew her contract. Fox said it is … Continue Reading →


Gretchen Carlson of Fox News Files Suit Against Roger Ailes, Alleging Harassment

Ms. Carlson said that after she refused sexual advances by Mr. Ailes, the network chief, he curtailed her airtime and later declined to renew her contract. Fox said it is … Continue Reading →


Gretchen Carlson of Fox News Files Suit Against Roger Ailes

Ms. Carlson said that after she refused sexual advances by Mr. Ailes, the network chief, he curtailed her airtime and later declined to renew her contract.


Volkswagen to Pay $14.7 Billion to Settle Diesel Claims in U.S.

The automaker, federal officials and lawyers for a half-million diesel owners have reached a deal meant to resolve a big piece of the emissions cheating scandal.