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In a highly anticipated Capitol Hill appearance Wednesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pledged to a skeptical House Financial Services Committee that the social media giant will not be involved in launching the Libra digital currency until U.S. regulators are on board.
Liquid latex applied in layers to the otherwise nude bodies of dancers at adult entertainment clubs does not constitute "clothing" under the law, and therefore the clubs must pay a tax assessed on sexually oriented businesses, Texas told a state appellate court in oral arguments Wednesday.
Donald Trump's lawyer told the Second Circuit on Wednesday that the president has total immunity from prosecution while in office and couldn't be charged even if he pulled a gun and shot someone on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, but a local prosecutor probing Trump's personal business and tax dealings called that a fake legal theory.
The singer Lizzo filed a preemptive lawsuit Wednesday in California federal court aimed at disproving recent accusations that several other songwriters deserve credit for her chart-topping "Truth Hurts."
The Kentucky attorney general on Wednesday announced two settlements worth nearly $40 million with drug companies, including one for $17 million with Bayer Corp. over claims that it misled women about risks associated with two of its birth control products, Yasmin and Yaz.
President Donald Trump used his keynote address to the Shale Insight Conference in Pittsburgh Wednesday to tout his administration's deregulation of oil and gas production and infrastructure, and he doubled down on his promise to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord.
ON Semiconductor has agreed to pay Power Integrations $175 million to end long-running litigation after ON's Fairchild subsidiary was hit with nearly $200 million in patent infringement verdicts, a resolution that means the Federal Circuit won’t answer a burning question about foreign damages as part of the fight.
The former Fisher Phillips employment partner sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his wife must face a wrongful death suit after a Georgia appellate panel on Wednesday rejected the man's claim that his wife’s estate had no legal standing since he is the surviving spouse.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday it will require breast implant manufacturers to include written warnings on the packaging of those products, a move that comes amid a wave of lawsuits accusing medical giants like Allergan of using regulatory loopholes to peddle potentially dangerous implants.
The chief compliance officer at New York-based private equity firm GPB Capital pled not guilty Wednesday in a case alleging that he abused his prior position at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to gather information about an investigation into the firm.