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In an effort against shoddy debt collection suits, New York state was expected to settle with Encore Capital Group, the NYT reports.
A bill to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline clears a key Senate committee, setting up a fight pitting newly empowered Republicans against President Obama.
A judge overturned California's foie gras ban, but reactions were mixed.
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell will spend two years in federal prison on public corruption convictions. USA Today reports.
Apple has gained a United States patent for products made from mostly flexible parts, British tech site PCR reported.
The Justice Department is joining two lawsuits against a Florida cardiologist, according to the Dow Jones News Service.
Steve Cohen's new firm, Point72 Asset Management, generated billions in profit in 2014, reports the New York Times.
Uber's "surge pricing" at peak times has sparked a firestorm of "Uber rage" on Twitter. Is there any ethical wrongdoing here?
The FCC will take up a controversial proposal for rules on Internet lines in February, Recode reports.
"I think it is time for a statutory definition of insider trading," Eliot Spitzer says. "Establish a bright line and live by it."
It's 2015, and that means that eggs sold commercially in California now must come from chickens that have twice as much room to move around.
North Korea has never before demonstrated any advanced hacking capabilities, says Scott Borg of the U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit.
The young man who is being sued by United Airlines for founding a cheap flights website, said he hasn't done anything wrong.
States are getting ready to implement thousands of new laws in 2015, The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Alpha Phi Alpha is facing a $3 million lawsuit from a Bowie State University student claiming he was hazed while pledging.
Here are 5 things the massive hacking at Sony exposed—including how companies use risk management incorrectly to justify bad decisions.
Hacker Jan Krisller demonstrated his ability to replicate a fingerprint using a high-resolution photo at a conference this weekend.
Classic con-artist routines, namely three-card monte and the shell game, apparently made a return to New York City streets for the holidays.
A judge denied Credit Suisse's proposal to dismiss a lawsuit accusing the banking giant of fraud in selling mortgage-backed securities. USA Today reports.
Environmentalists say the Environmental Protection Agency should have imposed stricter regulations on coal ash. The Fiscal Times reports.