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By reviewing the Obamacare law yet again, Supreme Court justices could find themselves in the political crosshairs.
Use of prepaid cards has grown rapidly, but consumer protections have not. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to change that.
For banks at the center of the recent foreign exchange investigation, paying the $3.4 billion in fines might be the easy part.
Alen Wesler and his wife were arrested at their home after police officers found marijuana trees on the couple's doorstep: Report.
The White House has managed to move forward from Veteran Affairs health care scandal, among other events, reports NBC News.
The CFTC is planning to announce settlements against giant banks suspected of manipulating the foreign currency market. The NYT reports.
New York state's attorney general urged the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission to revise a proposed rule that would protect traditional car services.
In response to President Obama's proposal on broadband regulations, Ted Cruz tweeted on Monday that net neutrality is like Obamacare for the Internet.
Did Obamacare have an inadvertent poison pill in there all along?
President Barack Obama said the FCC should reclassify consumer broadband service to be regulated more like a public utility.
Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration is now publicly embracing the notion that small-scale possession merits less severe treatment. The NYT reports.
China's Momo, a mobile-based social networking platform, filed with U.S. regulators on Friday to raise up to $300 million in an initial public offering.
The top federal prosecutor in Brooklyn will be nominated to succeed Eric H. Holder Jr. as attorney general.
A former deal manager says she witnessed a "massive criminal securities fraud" at JPM, but was forced to keep it a secret, according to Rolling Stone.
Loretta Lynch has emerged as a leading contender to be the next attorney general, officials close to the process said, the NYT reports.
Law enforcement agencies around the globe undertook action against so-called "dark markets" running anonymously on the "Tor" network, on Thursday.
Phil Rudd was charged with threatening to kill and possession of methamphetamine and marijuana, USA Today reports.
Luxembourg has come under fire for operating as a tax haven, but it's always been hard to prove how companies use it to cut their tax bills—until now.
Bank of America adjusted its third-quarter financial results on a $400 million litigation expense related to its foreign-exchange business.
Perhaps it's time for shareholders to take matters into their own hands when it comes to securities class actions, says M. Todd henderson and Adam Pritchard.