Lawsuit: 2 Missouri School Officials Slammed Girl to GroundA lawsuit says two white school officials in southeast Missouri slammed a black teenager to the ground three times, injuring her neck and back and requiring hospital treatment.
"Individual A" Sues Dennis Hastert Over Unpaid Hush MoneyA man who alleges he was sexually abused by former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert and later promised $3.5 million to stay quiet filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit on Monday, saying he's owed more than half of the money Hastert promised.
Missouri Supreme Court Rules for Suits Against Gun DealersAttorney Alla Lefkowitz of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence says the ruling means Missouri dealers can be held accountable for selling firearms irresponsibly.
International Soccer Stars, STL Native Sue US Soccer FederationBecky Sauerbrunn and four others accuse the U.S. Soccer Federation of wage discrimination.
Anthem Slaps Lawsuit on Express Scripts over Drug PricingExpress Scripts runs prescription drug coverage for Anthem, the nation's second-largest health insurer.
Ferguson, Justice Department Resolve LawsuitMayor James Knowles says resolving the lawsuit is a big step forward.
Ferguson Council Could Soon Accept DOJ Reform DealThe 131-page consent decree is intended to correct problems identified in last year's Justice Department report.
St. Louis Jury Awards $5.2 MILL in Tent Collapse at Downtown BarDozens of people were injured in 2012. The suit alleged negligence on the bar's part.
Ferguson Reconsiders DOJ's Less Strenuous ReformThe council last month tried to change it, which the DOJ equated to outright rejection, so the DOJ filed suit.
House Approves Bill to Expand Food Producers' Grounds to SueLawmakers voted 131-23 Monday to send the bill to the Senate.
Alleged Puppy Mill Sues Humane Society in Missouri Supreme CourtMary Smith claims the U.S. Humane Society calling her kennel one of the state's "dirty dozen," defamed her and invaded her right to privacy as a private citizen.
Missouri Senator Proposes Expanding "Stand Your Ground" LawsSen. Kurt Schaefer, a Republican from Columbia, told a Senate panel Wednesday that people should be able to do whatever it takes to defend themselves without worrying about a lawsuit afterward.

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