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Claimants from Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia are each seeking $10 million in damages.
Unwanted robocalls continue to ring off the hook and pester consumers. But are they all bad?
Herbal remedies, used around the world, are thought of as largely innocuous alternatives to conventional medicine. They aren't, say two doctors.
When an EgyptAir plane with 66 passengers disappeared, airports were already scrambling to deal with criticism of security.
Point72's Steve Cohen has won the dismissal of a suit brought on by his former wife, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
U.S. authorities charged a former chairman of Dean Foods and a professional Las Vegas gambler with engaging in a years-long insider trading scheme.
Theranos has informed authorities of its decision to issue corrected blood-test reports to doctors and patients, The Wall Street Journal reports.
From ninja-like "Infinity Burial Suits" to becoming part of a mushroom patch, there are some seriously cool disruptions happening to death, says VC Lisa Suennen.
New York's financial regulators have subpoenaed LendingClub over interest rates and fees charged to New Yorkers.
Highmark has gotten just a small fraction of the approximately $223 million it says the federal government owes it.
Donald Trump addressed North Korea, Russia, Dodd-Frank and the Paris climate accord in a wide-ranging interview.
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating state-sponsored doping by dozens of Russian athletes, the New York Times reports.
Plains says in a statement Tuesday that the indictment contains 46 charges of state law violations.
An openly gay Texas pastor who had accused Whole Foods of defacing his cake with an anti-gay slur dropped his suit. NYT reports.
LendingClub revealed it received a federal grand jury subpoena last week after the resignation of its chairman and CEO Renaud Laplanche.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the lead plaintiff in the Uber suit doesn't support the settlement.
The dispute is between faith-based groups and the Obama administration over birth control.
Three French organizations plan to file legal complaints against Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for failing to remove hateful content.
The case involves a man whose wife died of a lung cancer-related brain tumor after smoking the company's low-tar cigarettes.
Hawaii took the Japanese auto parts maker Takata to court on Friday, accusing it of covering up a deadly air bag defect.