The U.S. Department of Commerce has completed its investigation into whether imported cars and parts pose a threat to national security, the agency said Sunday, giving President Donald Trump 90 days to decide on sweeping new tariffs that domestic carmakers have warned against.
U.K. lawmakers labeled Facebook and its executives as "digital gangsters" in a scathing report issued Monday and called for regulators to police social media companies to stop fake news from skewing public perception of issues of national importance, including the Brexit campaign.
A Washington, D.C., federal judge on Friday issued a gag order prohibiting Roger Stone, a longtime ally of President Donald Trump, and witnesses and attorneys in his WikiLeaks criminal case stemming from the Russia probe from making public statements that could “inflame” the crowds that have gathered at his court appearances.
Former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is facing the possibility of spending nearly a quarter-century behind bars for bank and tax fraud, and special counsel Robert Mueller's office said Friday it didn't see "any mitigating factors" that the Virginia federal court should consider when handing down a final sentence.
The federal board charged with overseeing Puerto Rico’s financial overhaul and addressing its debt crisis was unconstitutionally appointed and must either be confirmed by the U.S. Senate or replaced in accordance with the law within the next 90 days, the First Circuit ruled Friday.
Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid have settled labor grievances alleging the NFL and its teams colluded to shut them out due to their protests during the national anthem, according to a joint statement Friday, giving the league an opening to distance itself from the controversy without a potentially damaging ruling on the collusion claims.
Federal Trade Commission Republican Christine S. Wilson defended the current legal standard by which antitrust enforcers and courts judge mergers and anti-competitive conduct, but argued in a speech Friday that critics who want a new approach haven't given one alternative the attention it deserves.
A Ninth Circuit panel appeared skeptical Friday of Oracle Inc.'s appeal of a decision to send an ex-worker's putative class action over sales commission pay to arbitration, with one judge calling the company's anti-arbitration stance ironic and a "man bites dog" situation.
The former CEO of Insys Therapeutics Inc. on Friday described a messy internal battle after the government started investigating a speaker program allegedly used to bribe doctors to prescribe opioids, saying before jurors in Massachusetts federal court that he once heard another executive shout "we are all going to jail."