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Married same-sex couples have to deal with state laws that treat their finances differently than married opposite-sex couples.
A court said airline employees can't be held liable if they fail to accurately describe a passenger's bomb reference when reported to security.
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The federal government should adopt "fair chance" policies for the formerly incarcerated, these two advocates say.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on Obamacare is a step in the wrong direction for the U.S. government, says this senator.
Rep. Sean Duffy accuses the Federal Reserve and Janet Yellen of willfully quashing a congressional leak probe.
Honda Motor will pay $24 million to settle claims that minority borrowers had to pay more than white borrowers.
Rapper 50 Cent filed for bankruptcy just as a jury was to decide punitive damages in a sex-tape lawsuit. Is that filing legit?
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Turney Duff offers up six of the oldest tricks in Wall Street's book and "the tell"—how you know you're getting played by one.
An advisor who accepted MLB Opening Day and New England Patriots tickets admitted to giving private information.
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A federal judge has thrown out a $532.9 million award against Apple and ordered a new trial on damages, in an iTunes infringement case. NBCNews reports.
Jeb Bush doesn’t think much of publicly financed presidential campaigns, at least according to his recently released tax returns.
JPMorgan will pay at least $125 million to settle probes that the bank sought to improperly collect and sell consumer credit card debt.
Let's harness the momentum of the gay-marriage ruling to build an inclusive business climate for everyone, says Justin Nelson.
The SEC is investigating whether investors are improperly selling shares of privately held technology companies, according to a report.
A New York Judge on Monday tossed out ex-Goldman Sachs Group Programmer Sergey Aleynikov's conviction in a code theft case.