The U.S. Supreme Court allowed Barclays to claim about $4 billion of assets as part of its purchase of much of Lehman Brothers' brokerage unit.
A pending Supreme Court case on Obamacare could seriously affect small business workers, self-employed people and their families.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports on the Supreme Court justices stance on same-sex marriage.
It is well past the time for the U.S. Supreme Court to make recognition of same-sex marriage law—and put an end to this form of bigotry.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on the Supreme Court hearing concerning privacy issues.
A company says it can help states protect Obamacare subsidies for residents by setting up an insurance exchange in just two months.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a new challenge to the Obamacare law that took aim at the so-called death panel.
The U.S. Supreme Court has thrown out an appeals court decision on Obamacare's contraception mandate that had favored the White House.
The IRS can, and likely, will continue subsidies for HealthCare.gov customers temporarily if the Supreme Court says they're illegal, a tax expert says.
Supreme Court justices asked some pointed questions for the lawyer whose clients want to undo billions of dollars of aid for HealthCare.gov customers.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in the health care case King v. Burwell over the Affordable Care Act's tax credits, with CNBC's Hampton Pearson.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in the health care case King v. Burwell. Insight to Justice Kennedy's remarks, and health care stocks on the move, with CNBC's Hampton Pearson.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in the health care case King v. Burwell over whether the Affordable Care Act should allow the IRS to provide tax credits to individuals who purchase health insurance on a Federal exchange.
The latest Obamacare case before the Supreme Court is forcing justices to decide just how big a mess they are willing to create.
Republicans could be viewed unfavorably if HealthCare.gov subsidies were ruled illegal by the Supreme Court, a poll found.
A major Supreme Court case that threatens to remove financial aid for most HealthCare.gov customers could affect hospitals' bottom lines.
Most HealthCare.gov customers would have to pay 255 percent more, on average, for Obamacare plans if the Supreme Court takes away their subsidies.
Sunday is the deadline for signing up for most Obamacare plans, but there is some wiggle room, and another break could be coming for laggards.
Questions have been raised about the legal standing of plaintiffs in a major case challenging Obamacare.
A 64-year-old Virginia man who hates President Barack Obama could help destroy the president's health-care initiative in much of the U.S.