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The Democrats'simmering internal war on trade will play out both in DC and on the 2016 campaign trail, Politico's Ben White says.
The company spent $5.5 million lobbying Congress in the first quarter, and its interests are as varied as one might expect.
Former CIA Director and retired Gen. David Petraeus was sentenced to two years probation and a $100,000 fine for leaking classified material.
With her confirmation, Loretta Lynch will become the first black woman to become the top U.S. law enforcement official.
The EU is contemplating the creation of a regulatory body to oversee multiple tech platforms operating in Europe, the WSJ reports.
Bank of America asked a court to toss a penalty imposed in a mortgage fraud case, and asked that the judge who oversaw its trial be replaced.
Deutsche Bank will pay a $2.5 billion fine, and must fire certain employees who engaged in interest-rate rigging, New York state regulators say.
Lawyer David Boies has a chance to win the lawsuit against the federal government for its bailout of A.I.G, the New York Times reports.
A judge approved a $1 billion plan to compensate former NFL players suffering from concussions.
China will open up its $6.84 trillion market for domestic bank card transactions.
A satellite office in Silicon Valley is in the works for the Department of Homeland Security.
Oklahoma's earthquakes are racking up millions of dollars in damages and unleashing a political and financial maelstrom.
Phil Rudd pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of threatening to kill a man who used to work for him.
The Supreme Court ruled that a federal law governing the natural gas market does not shield energy companies from state antitrust claims.
Uber must defend against a lawsuit accusing it of discriminating against blind people by refusing to transport guide dogs.
BlackRock agreed to pay $12 million to resolve SEC charges in a conflict of interest case.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the appeal of former Goldman Sachs Rajat Gupta in an insider trading case.
Brussels is preparing to accuse Russia's energy giant Gazprom of illegal abuse of its dominant position in Europe's gas market, the FT reports.
Greece issued a legislative act requiring public sector entities to transfer idle cash reserves to the country's central bank.
A federal appeals court on Monday rejected the fugitive Paul Ceglia's effort to revive his civil lawsuit against Facebook.