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Members of Congress from both parties are calling for changes in the Affordable Care Act to stop rising premiums. The NYT reports.
As the drone industry emerges, police could make a case to add weapons to the aircraft in any area where it hasn't been outlawed.
Volkswagen has told U.S. dealers to halt sales of some 2015 diesel cars after regulators found software it designed for the affected vehicles gave false emissions data.
Apple is reportedly among a slew of automakers exploring the laws of self-driving cars in California.
The U.S. Government said it has taken measures to further ease sanctions on Cuba.
An appeals panel has upheld the Borgata casino's policy of regulating how much its cocktail waitresses can weigh.
GM has agreed to pay $900 million to end an investigation into its handling of defective ignition switches that are linked to 124 deaths.
Attorneys who negotiated a class action settlement involving allegedly defective Remington rifles are seeking $12.5 million in fees from the company.
Here are 3 reasons why the second GOP debate may have been the beginning of the end of Trump, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush made an unexpected endorsement at Wednesday night’s televised debate.
"We have to work not just on prevention, but on response and recovery," a CEO said.
The Justice Department has reached a settlement with General Motors over faulty ignition switches. NBC News reports.
Think your brilliant idea needs a patent pronto? Think twice. Patents for lone inventors can be a waste of time and money.
John Boehner will take up a bill to freeze federal funding for Planned Parenthood while Congress investigates the organization's activities. Fiscal Times reports.
A New Jersey woman won a $522,000 settlement in her case against a local Dunkin Donuts, after tripping over a spike in the parking lot.
The legal profession faces a "war for talent" as law firms battle to hire the best staff in the U.K., according to the CEO of the first British legal company to list in London.
The FDA and a government task force are clashing over a new report on benefits and risks of daily aspirin doses. NBC News reports.
Faced with what they see as stonewalling in Malaysia, 1MDB critics are going global, prodding foreign agencies to probe allegations. The New York Times reports.
The continent appears to have taken a step closer to a pan-European tax regime to combat tax avoidance by multinationals.
Australia national women's soccer team hung up its kit in a revolt over pay that is a fraction of the men's team. The FT reports.