Carole Baskin greets Senators on Capitol Hill in Washington

Tiger King’s Carole Baskin Asks Florida Supreme Court To Review Defamation Lawsuit

While a trial judge initially ruled in favor of Baskin and dismissed the case, an appellate court reversed parts of that decision.

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Donald Trump Is on the Hook for $88.3 Million in Defamation Damages. What Happens Next?

For years, Donald Trump hurled insults at E. Jean Carroll, saying she fabricated a sexual assault allegation against him to sell a book. Will he keep that up?

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E. Jean Carroll walks outside Manhattan Federal Court, in New York City

Jury Says Trump Must Pay Additional $83.3 Million to E. Jean Carroll in Defamation Case

Former advice columnist E. Jean Carroll says former President Donald Trump damaged her reputation by calling her a liar after she accused him of sexual assault.

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The corporate logo of Smartmatic is seen at its offices in Caracas

Fox News To Pursue Claims That Voting Firm’s Defamation Suit Is Anti-Free Speech

Smartmatic says Fox News spread ruinous lies that the voting company helped rig the 2020 election against then-U.S. President Donald Trump.

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E. Jean Carroll enters Manhattan Federal Court, for jury selection in the second civil trial after she accused former U.S. President Donald Trump of raping her decades ago, in New York City

Trump Scowls as Jury Is Picked To Decide How Much He Owes for Denying Sex Assault

This is the penalty phase of a civil defamation trial stemming from columnist E. Jean Carroll’s claims he sexually attacked her in a department store dressing room.

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Judge Dismisses Notre Dame Professor’s Lawsuit Against Student Newspaper

The case had raised questions about press freedom and academic freedom at one of the nation’s preeminent Catholic universities.

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Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani departs defamation lawsuit at the District Courthouse in Washington

Rudy Giuliani Files for Bankruptcy Days After $148 Million Defamation Order

Declaring bankruptcy likely will not erase the millions he was ordered to pay for making false statements about the election workers in Georgia.

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Attorney Mark Bankston questions Alex Jones on the stand during his trial.

Alex Jones Offers To Pay Newtown Families $55 Million Over School Shooting Hoax Conspiracy

The families, meanwhile, have filed their own proposal seeking to liquidate nearly all of Jones’ assets, including his media company Free Speech Systems.

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