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  • Journalists use umbrellas against the sun outside the U.S. Supreme Court on a day where the court handed a victory to Wisconsin Republicans who drew state electoral districts that helped entrench their party in power, but sidestepped a major ruling on whether parties have carte blanche to engage in the practice called partisan gerrymandering in Washington, June 18, 2018.

    Although SCOTUS sidestepped a potentially historic voting rights ruling on Monday, the issue could return as soon as next term, USA Today reports.

  • WASHINGTON, June 18- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear an appeal by a New York investment banker banned from the industry by the Securities and Exchange Commission in a case that could limit the scope of those who can be held liable under laws protecting investors from securities fraud. The justices will review a lower court ruling that upheld most of...

  • WASHINGTON— The Supreme Court will consider whether the purchasers of iPhone apps can sue Apple over allegations it has an illegal monopoly on the sale of the apps. The court said Monday that it will take a case from the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, which ruled in January that the purchasers of iPhone apps could sue Apple. Their lawsuit says that...

  • WASHINGTON, June 18- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up Apple Inc's bid to escape a lawsuit accusing it of breaking federal antitrust laws by monopolizing the market for iPhone software applications and causing consumers to pay more than they should. The justices said they would hear Apple's appeal of a lower court's ruling that revived the...

  • WASHINGTON, June 18- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear an appeal by a New York investment banker banned from the industry by the Securities and Exchange Commission in a case that could limit the scope of those who can be held liable under laws protecting investors from securities fraud. The justices will review a lower court ruling that upheld most of...

  • WASHINGTON, June 18- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up Apple Inc's bid to escape a lawsuit accusing it of breaking federal antitrust laws by monopolizing the market for iPhone software applications and causing consumers to pay more than they should. The justices said they would hear Apple's appeal of a lower court's ruling that revived the...

  • *High court says China had been given too much deference. WASHINGTON, June 14- The U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration and against China on Thursday on a disputed aspect of their fraught trade relationship, throwing out a lower court ruling that had allowed two Chinese vitamin C makers to escape $148 million in damages for violating American...

  • *High court says China had been given too much deference. WASHINGTON, June 14- The U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration and against China on Thursday on a disputed aspect of their fraught trade relationship, throwing out a lower court ruling that had allowed two Chinese vitamin C makers to escape $148 million in damages for violating American...

  • That's the answer the Supreme Court gave Thursday to the question of whether federal courts in the United States must accept statements from foreign governments about their own laws as binding. The ruling came in a case that involves trade with China, a class action lawsuit filed by two U.S.-based purchasers of vitamin C: Nacogdoches, Texas- based Animal...

  • *High court says China had been given too much deference. WASHINGTON, June 14- The U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration and against China on Thursday on a disputed aspect of their fraught trade relationship, throwing out a lower court ruling that had allowed two Chinese vitamin C makers to escape $148 million in damages for violating American...

  • The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

    The justices ruled 9-0 that the lower court gave too much deference to Chinese government filings in the case explaining China's regulatory policy.

  • WASHINGTON, June 14- The U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration and against China on Thursday on a disputed aspect of their fraught trade relationship, throwing out a lower court ruling that had allowed two Chinese vitamin C makers to escape $148 million in damages for violating American antitrust law. The Supreme Court took the unusual step of...

  • WASHINGTON, June 14- The U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration and against China on Thursday on a disputed aspect of their fraught trade relationship, throwing out a lower court ruling that had allowed two Chinese vitamin C makers to escape $148 million in damages for violating American antitrust law. The Supreme Court took the unusual step of...

  • WASHINGTON, June 14- The U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration and against China on Thursday on a disputed aspect of their fraught trade relationship, throwing out a lower court ruling that had allowed two Chinese vitamin C makers to escape $148 million in damages for violating American antitrust law. In a case that brought the trade conflict...

  • The Garden State has become the second state to legalize wagers on sports games. Gamblers take heed: Uncle Sam gets a cut of any winnings.

  • The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

    The US Supreme Court revived Ohio's policy of purging infrequent voters from its registration rolls, dealing a setback to voting rights proponents.

  • PHOENIX— An Arizona appeals court on Thursday upheld a Phoenix anti-discrimination law that makes it illegal for businesses to refuse service to same-sex couples because of religion. The ruling comes days after the U.S. Supreme Court sided with a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. In the Arizona case, the state Court of...

  • People gather outside the Supreme Court to protest the decision on the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission which ruled in favor of Colorado baker Jack Phillips Monday, June 4, 2018.

    The Supreme Court decision in the Colorado baker's case revolved around Colorado regulators' "religious hostility," which could say something about how they will view Trump's travel ban, says Prof. Richard Garnett.

  • NFL playoff games joins horse racing in being legalized for wagering in the state of Delaware and gamblers took advantage of it at Delaware Park

    The First State is now offering sports wagers at its three casinos, and other states are expected to follow suit. Here's how the IRS will treat your winnings.

  • The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

    CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on the Supreme Court's ruling on a Colorado baker that refused to make a cake for a gay couple.