Drug companies involved in multidistrict opioid litigation voiced divergent views in Ohio federal court Thursday...(read more)
Facebook said Friday that it has suspended "tens of thousands" of apps that may have misused its members' information, a far higher number than the social giant has previously disclosed amid fallout from the Cambridge Analytica data-harvesting scandal.
A wild fraud case involving three former Georgeson LLC advisers was revived by the First Circuit on Friday after the panel ruled a federal judge improperly dismissed the case on double jeopardy grounds after their first trial abruptly ended on its penultimate day because of a shorthanded jury.
President Donald Trump said Friday that he will not settle for a partial agreement to knock down Chinese trade barriers and that he is not in a rush to wrap up talks with Beijing before next year's election.
Federal prosecutors said late Thursday a business executive who paid $400,000 to have his son fraudulently admitted to Georgetown University and then sued the school for kicking his son out when the Varsity Blues scheme unraveled deserves 13 months in prison.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday laid out a proposed rule setting requirements for companies seeking approval of their e-cigarette products, including keeping records on the legal marketing of their products.
Puerto Rico’s federally appointed oversight board is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the First Circuit’s decision that its members require Senate approval, saying their appointment and authority fall within constitutional bounds.
Holdings of hedge fund giant Carl Icahn argued in Delaware's Chancery Court on Friday that less restrictive tests should apply to investor document demands in support of proxy fights, as battling widens over the price Occidental Petroleum Corp. paid in its $55 billion purchase of Anadarko Petroleum Corp. last month.
A Washington federal judge has tossed a discrimination suit from a former CBS Radio Services employee who said the company unlawfully failed to accommodate his depression and then turned against him after he took medical leave, saying the worker never gave the company details it would have needed to help him do his job.
A divided D.C. Circuit panel on Friday revived a former Howard University veterinarian's suit alleging she was fired for alerting the National Institutes of Health to inhumane lab conditions, saying the trial court took "too narrow a view" of the False Claims Act, which protects workers who report fraud in government contracts.
President Donald Trump announced two Ninth Circuit nominations Friday along with four picks for district courts in California, the latest wave of judicial nominees in his drive to stock the federal bench with conservatives.