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The Senate has voted to extend a program that would cushion the blow to insurance companies in the event of a massive terrorism attack.
General Motors' legal chief came under fire at a Senate subcommittee hearing related to faulty ignition switches linked to 13 deaths. USA Today reports.
The child-immigration crisis is a result of several bipartisan policies, including one involving deporting gang members. Mitchell Epner explains.
As Congress met before a four-day weekend, Republicans and Democrats alike discussed legislation likely to go nowhere. The Fiscal Times reports.
New York State is weighing a raft of new rules to regulate bitcoin and other virtual currencies.
Two years after being stripped of his Tour de France titles, Lance Armstrong suddenly faces an increased risk of losing his personal fortune. USA Today reports.
Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for Manhattan, reflected on his office's first insider trading loss at the Delivering Alpha conference.
A former Twitter employee claims he was fired despite having received performance reviews that met or exceeded expectations, SFGate reports.
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega is suing Activision Blizzard for using his name and image in its "Call of Duty" video game series.
New York Attorney General Eric Scheiderman announced Wednesday that his office reached a settlement with Apple over E-books price-fixing.
An open letter from King George III to Jack Lew, applauding his brilliant remarks on the importance of taxes.
Bank of America has offered $13 billion to settle a probe into mortgage securities sold by the bank, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has urged Congress to crack down on merger deals in which companies seek to relocate overseas to cut US taxes.
An estimate from congressional research suggests the U.S. could miss out on billions from companies making acquisitions overseas.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted on Tuesday to ban permanently taxes on Internet access.
Comments on the FCC's proposed net neutrality laws overwhelmed its site and caused the first comment deadline to be changed to July 18.
Meet two of New York's "Funniest Lawyers!" Prepare to be dazzled with tales of student loans and ... herpes? Ewwww...
John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff, former Utah attorney generals, were arrested on charges of bribery.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has made clear intentions of hiring a public relations person to gun for the taxi industry. Re/Code reports.
A federal appeals court said U.S. President Barack Obama deprived a small Chinese-owned firm of constitutional protections in a 2012 executive order.