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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Taylor Swift attends a premiere for Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour in Los Angeles

How Lawmakers Are Addressing Deepfakes Like the Ones That Victimized Taylor Swift

State lawmakers across the U.S. have been searching for ways to quash such nonconsensual deepfake images of both adults and children.

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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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Outside of the Fulton County Jail following the indictment of former U.S. President Trump

Jurors Seated in Election Workers’ Defamation Case Against Rudy Giuliani

The case is among many legal and financial woes mounting for the once-celebrated mayor, who became one of the most ardent promoters of Trump’s election lies.

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E. Jean Carroll at Manhattan federal court in New York

Trump Found Liable Once Again for Defaming E. Jean Carroll

Four months after a jury found that Donald Trump sexually abused and defamed advice columnist E. Jean Carroll, a federal judge ruled Wednesday that still more of the ex-president’s comments about her were libelous. The decision means that an upcoming second civil trial will concern only how much more he has to pay her.

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Jury Finds Trump Liable for Sexual Abuse and Defamation in E. Jean Carroll Trial; Awards $5M in Damages

A jury of six men and three women unanimously found Donald Trump liable for sexually abusing and defaming former Elle magazine columnist E. Jean Carroll and awarded her $5 million in damages. 

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Steven Avery

Federal Judge Grants Netflix Summary Judgment in ‘Making a Murderer’ Defamation Lawsuit

A federal judge granted Netflix summary judgment March 10 in a lawsuit brought by a retired Wisconsin police sergeant who claimed he was defamed in the streaming services’ award-winning true crime series “Making a Murderer.”

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Florida clergy and community leaders and others hold a “Stop The Black Attack” rally against ongoing state legislation in Tallahassee

An ‘Assault on the First Amendment’: Recent Legislation in DeSantis’ Florida

Two Florida bills filed by State Rep. Alex Andrade, a Gov. Ron DeSantis ally, on the same day in late February represent “a full-fledged assault on the First Amendment,” says Bobby Block, executive director of the First Amendment Foundation.

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