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Benjamin Golden wants $5 million in damages because of claims a driver illegally recorded him.
Goldman said it reached an agreement in principle to resolve an investigation related to residential mortgage-backed securities activities.
EOS, otherwise known as the Evolution of Smooth, is "anything but smooth," according to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles, the TODAY show reports.
Prosecutors say PG&E managers ordered the destruction of incriminating documents about the deadly pipeline blast in San Bruno, sfgate.com reports.
In his final State of the Union address, Obama emphasized that Americans should not listen to those who say to "fear the future."
A former researcher says the pharma giant fired him for raising red flags about statistical problems in tobacco-cessation studies.
A ruling in the teachers' favor would affect millions of government workers. The New York Times reports.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a bid by Nestle and two other companies to throw out a lawsuit seeking to hold them liable for the use of child slaves.
There is a national emergency that no one is talking about: The existing drivers of job creation are dying, says Ryan Streeter.
Mount Sinai Hospital's CEO told CNBC that while Obamacare survived a repeal attempt, it's locked in a tough game of numbers.
As the face of China's securities regulator, Xiao Gang is taking the brunt of blame for the country's botched circuit breaker.
The actor's interview with Joaquin Guzman helped lead security forces to the drugs kingpin, Mexican government sources said.
A gunman claiming allegiance to IS militants shot and seriously wounded a Philadelphia police officer after ambushing his patrol car.
Securities regulators have banned hedge fund manager Steven Cohen from supervising funds that manage outside money until 2018.
As a US regulator, my rule was always don't move markets, says Bart Chilton. Chinese regulators blew it with how they have handled their markets.
Lobbyists in Missouri who have sex with state lawmakers or their aides would have to disclose that activity under a new bill.
China's market turmoil hasn't just rocked financial markets this week; it's also shaken confidence in policymakers' ability to stem the volatility.
The company is a household name and Mr Zhou was China’s 65th-richest man last year. The Financial Times reports.
Britain reminded its former colony, Hong Kong, of its commitment to press freedom, as the fate of bookseller Lee Bo remained a mystery.
Lumosity claimed its brain games could improve mental performance and stave off age-related cognitive decline.