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Alleged bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared before a jury Wednesday. NBCNews reports.
The FAA is seeking ways to speed up the approval process for commercial drone operations by grouping multiple applications together.
California apartment complexes that doubled as "maternity hotels" for Chinese women who want made-in-America babies were raided early Tuesday.
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that federal courts have the authority to rule in a dispute over Colorado's Internet tax law.
The charges stem from accusations that the former CIA director shared classified information with his biographer-mistress.
JPMorgan Chase will pay $50 million to compensate homeowners in bankruptcy over the use of robo-signing and other improper practices.
Obamacare goes to the Supreme Court on Wednesday in a challenge that could end coverage for 7.5 million people.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler tells CNBC he decided to support net neutrality independently, and not because Obama backed the regulations.
The UFC has started to overcome a year of injuries and sagging viewership, but a legal challenge looms from some of its own fighters.
President Obama criticized China's plans for new rules on U.S. tech companies, urging Beijing to change the policy.
Federal tax audits for U.S. businesses fell to their lowest level in eight years as the IRS faced budget cutbacks.
The ban was previously imposed under Mayor Michael Bloomberg as phones were deemed distracting or a safety hazard.
The SEC may strip the oldest and biggest providers of exchange-traded funds, of an advantage they hold over newer rivals.
Whenever you hear 'nonprofit', the last thing you think of is a multi-billion sports organization.
Ira Rennert and his investment firm were ordered to pay $118.2 million after being found liable for looting a magnesium company.
The manager of a now-defunct hedge fund is suing federal prosecutors, alleging that they fabricated accusations against him.
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai explained Friday why he thinks the commission's latest ruling will hurt the consumer.
David Ganek, whose Level Global fund was raided, sued the U.S. attorney in Manhattan, claiming a violation of his constitutional rights.
Exxon Mobil and New Jersey reached a settlement of about $250 million in an environmental suit seeking $8.9 billion in damages. The NYT reports.
The new net neutrality regulations may persuade the Justice Department to OK the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger, analyst Daniel Ernst tells CNBC.