The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday refused to put the brakes on wall construction along the southwest border, desp...(read more)
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The Ninth Circuit on Friday rejected a libel suit that Stormy Daniels brought against President Donald Trump over his tweet about a "nonexistent man," ruling that a past precedential decision favored the application of a state statute aimed at protecting free speech in federal court.
Bausch Health agreed to pay the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission $45 million on Friday to settle allegations of accounting fraud dating back to when the company was known as Valeant Pharmaceuticals, while three former executives agreed to fines.
The fatal shooting at U.S. District Judge Esther Salas' New Jersey home is a somber reminder of the job hazards in one of the nation's busiest court systems, where menacing letters, suspicious packages and smuggled weapons are the more chilling moments recalled by jurists who served on the Garden State's benches.
Six states were wrongly awarded $479 million in disgorgement from the federal government over the Affordable Care Act's health insurance provider fees, as the fees were not unconstitutional and their suit came too late, the Fifth Circuit said Friday.
A 17-year-old Florida resident and two others have been charged with carrying out a major mid-July cyberattack that resulted in identical messages about a cryptocurrency scam being posted from the accounts of some of Twitter's most high-profile users, including Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Apple, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Uber and Kanye West, prosecutors announced Friday.
The D.C. Court of Appeals is considering whether to allow law school graduates to obtain a D.C. bar license and begin practicing law without taking an exam due to ongoing concerns about in-person testing and health risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. has notched a victory in an employment discrimination case that raised eyebrows when a former BakerHostetler partner who represented Chevron was accused of verbally taunting and shaking his butt at opposing counsel during a mediation session.
The COVID-19 pandemic claimed another energy sector victim Friday as offshore oil drilling contractor Noble Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a Texas court with an equity swap agreement to cut $3.4 billion in debt.
Consumer fintech company Varo Money Inc. has been granted a charter to launch a full service national bank, the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said Friday, the first fintech company of its kind to do so.
Masks worn to stymie the spread of coronavirus won't hinder the wearer's oxygen levels or cause a harmful buildup of carbon dioxide, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration made clear in new guidance Friday.
A Federal Labor Relations Authority official on Friday rejected the Trump administration's bid to dismantle the National Association of Immigration Judges, saying a U.S. Department of Justice regulation scaling back oversight of the judges did not make them union-ineligible managers.
The IRS proposed rules Friday that would restrict a workaround in the 2017 tax overhaul that has allowed some hedge fund managers to avoid a three-year holding period to qualify for preferential capital gains rates on carried interest.