WASHINGTON/ NEW YORK, July 30- The U.S. Justice Department asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to reverse a federal appellate court's insider trading ruling, calling it a "roadmap" for potential criminals that undermined efforts to ensure the "integrity of the security markets." Solicitor General Donald Verrilli filed a petition seeking review of a December...» Read More
The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday over whether big drug companies can settle patent litigation with generic rivals by making deals to keep cheaper products off the market.
The Supreme Court says copyrighted items made overseas are covered by federal law——and a person who buys a product is free to turn around and sell it.
The Supreme Court limits the SEC by voting the five-year clock to act on fraud starts when the fraud takes place rather than when it is discovered.
The case, over a farmer who reproduced and saved seeds patented by Monsanto, questions whether natural replication can constitute patent infringement. The NYT reports.
The Supreme Court will rule on gay marriage, reports NBC's Pete Williams; and Kerry Picket, Washington Times; WABC Radio Talk show host Mark Simone; and Democratic Strategist Jimmy Williams, provide perspective.
NBC's Pete Williams reports the Supreme Court will hear arguments for affirmative action next week; and David Goodfriend, former Clinton White House official; James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute; and Robert Costa, National Review, discuss Supreme Court's ruling on Obamacare.
The court kicks off its new term with arguments over whether businesses and individuals can be sued in the U.S. for conduct that takes place on foreign soil and has foreign victims.
With the cost of doing business rising, it's a critical moment for U.S. small businesses. A new lobbying group—Small Business Majority—hopes to make an impact. What's most pressing for entrepreneurs?
Mitt Romney needs to “give people a choice” to succeed in his White House bid against President Barack Obama, former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour said Thursday on CNBC.
Six years after Gov. Mitt Romney signed the nation's most ambitious health-care law, supporters say it holds promise for the long-term success of President Obama's plan.
It looks like a tax, smells like a tax, and the Supreme Court says it must be a tax. But politicians in both parties are squirming over how to define "it."
Expect heated discussions around some July 4th barbeques in the US - not just on the economy, elections and last week's Supreme Court ruling, but also on the follow-through to Friday's impressive surge in equity markets around the world.
"We're working on cutting taxes in New Jersey," says Gov. Chris Christie, (R-NJ), discussing how his state was able to deliver its third consecutive balanced budget, and weighing in on the politics of the Supreme Court's decision on health care.
Donald Trump, Trump Organization chairman & president, weighs in on the Supreme Court's decision on the health care law and Friday's upcoming jobs report.
Chief Justice John Roberts may have switched his vote to save the Affordable Care Act last week, prompting dismay from one of the attorneys leading the challenge against the law.
According to reports, Chief Justice John Roberts of the U.S. Supreme Court was pressured to switch his opinion on Obamacare. Greg Katsas, Jones Day Partner, and Jonathan Turley, George Washington University professor, share their opinions.
Gov. Rick Perry, (R-TX), discusses jobs creation in the Lone Star State and health care coverage, with Gov. Rick Scott, (R-FL).
It was a complicated case, in part because the reform legislation itself was seriously flawed. The law’s drafters could have proposed a simpler and more efficient system, the New York Times reports.
A day after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said he had no plans to implement provisions of the health care law.
In the hours following the Supreme Court’s decision to ratify Obamacare, Romney got millions in donations. The Supremes are a game changer.