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    Review Of FCC Media Rules Is Overdue, O'Rielly Says

    Federal Communications Commissioner Michael O'Rielly said Friday that it’s past time for the agency to review its media ownership rules, arguing that many are outdated and not serving the public interest. ...read more

    Review Of FCC Media Rules Is Overdue, O'Rielly Says

    Federal Communications Commissioner Michael O'Rielly said Friday that it’s past time for the agency to review its media ownership rules, arguing that many are outdated and not serving the public interest. ...read more

    Despite More Law Schools Accepting GRE, LSAT Here To Stay

    Applicants can expect more and more law schools to embrace the Graduate Record Examination, as schools are driven by the downturn in law school applications, long-standing frustrations with the Law School Admissions Test and the American Bar Association's...

    Pop Warner Can’t Escape Youth Football Concussion Suit

    Pop Warner Little Scholars Inc. shed part of a lawsuit Friday alleging it lacked procedures to protect young football players from head trauma, but will face parents' negligence and fraud claims on the grounds the nonprofit football group misrepresented...

    Order Blocking Travel Ban Extended By Hawaii Judge

    A Hawaii federal judge on Friday extended a temporary restraining order blocking much of the Trump administration’s third travel ban by converting it into a preliminary injunction, saying he would not stay his ruling for the Department of Justice’s...

    Ukraine Complains To WTO Of Retaliatory Russian Import Bans

    Ukraine complained that Russia has banned a variety of its imports on vague, unexplained grounds in a World Trade Organization request for consultations released Thursday, blocks Ukraine considers retaliation for choosing a trade pact with the European...

    Greenberg's Co. Asks High Court To Hear AIG Bailout Row

    The company led by former American International Group Inc. CEO Maurice "Hank" Greenberg urged the U.S. Supreme Court to review an appeals court’s decision that found the firm lacked standing to pursue claims against the federal government...

    US Trustee Waves Off Request For Seadrill Equity Committee

    The U.S. government's bankruptcy watchdog said Thursday there is no need to appoint a committee to represent the interests of Seadrill Ltd. shareholders in the company's Chapter 11 proceedings since no evidence has been provided that they might...

    US Trustee Waves Off Request For Seadrill Equity Committee

    The U.S. government's bankruptcy watchdog said Thursday there is no need to appoint a committee to represent the interests of Seadrill Ltd. shareholders in the company's Chapter 11 proceedings since no evidence has been provided that they might...

    Army Only Looked At 10% Of $455B In Irregularities, Says GAO

    An investigation into more than $455 billion in unsupported accounting entries in the Department of the Army’s general fund covered just 10 percent of the entries' total value, according to a Government Accountability Office report released...

    Stockholders Say Skechers Overstated Projected Sales Growth

    A Skechers investor hit the shoe company with a putative stock-drop class action in New York federal court Friday, alleging it overstated its projected sales growth despite knowing that a slowdown at a port would hurt its shipping abilities, ultimately...

    Trump Admin Fights Dem AGs' Bid To Restore ACA Subsidies

    The Trump administration on Friday urged a California federal judge not to quickly restore funding for Affordable Care Act subsidies that reduce copays and deductibles, arguing that a new lawsuit from Democratic attorneys general is procedurally improper...

    Trump Admin Fights Dem AGs' Bid To Restore ACA Subsidies

    The Trump administration on Friday urged a California federal judge not to quickly restore funding for Affordable Care Act subsidies that reduce copays and deductibles, arguing that a new lawsuit from Democratic attorneys general is procedurally improper...

    Trump Admin Fights Dem AGs' Bid To Restore ACA Subsidies

    The Trump administration on Friday urged a California federal judge not to quickly restore funding for Affordable Care Act subsidies that reduce copays and deductibles, arguing that a new lawsuit from Democratic attorneys general is procedurally improper...

    Trump Admin Fights Dem AGs' Bid To Restore ACA Subsidies

    The Trump administration on Friday urged a California federal judge not to quickly restore funding for Affordable Care Act subsidies that reduce copays and deductibles, arguing that a new lawsuit from Democratic attorneys general is procedurally improper...

    Trump Admin Fights Dem AGs' Bid To Restore ACA Subsidies

    The Trump administration on Friday urged a California federal judge not to quickly restore funding for Affordable Care Act subsidies that reduce copays and deductibles, arguing that a new lawsuit from Democratic attorneys general is procedurally improper...

    Mercury Takes Calif. Insurance Rate Fight To Supreme Court

    Mercury Casualty Co. and insurance trade groups urged the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene in a legal fight against California’s insurance commissioner, arguing that the California Court of Appeal wrongly ruled that government rate regulations are...

    Mercury Takes Calif. Insurance Rate Fight To Supreme Court

    Mercury Casualty Co. and insurance trade groups urged the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene in a legal fight against California’s insurance commissioner, arguing that the California Court of Appeal wrongly ruled that government rate regulations are...

    Deutsche Bank Trader Scores Hearing On DOJ Case Taint

    The government will have to prove that its indictment for one of two former Deutsche Bank traders in a Libor-rigging suit wasn't based on testimony compelled by U.K. authorities, according to a New York federal judge's finding that a lawyer may...

    Deutsche Bank Trader Scores Hearing On DOJ Case Taint

    The government will have to prove that its indictment for one of two former Deutsche Bank traders in a Libor-rigging suit wasn't based on testimony compelled by U.K. authorities, according to a New York federal judge's finding that a lawyer may...

    Deutsche Bank Trader Scores Hearing On DOJ Case Taint

    The government will have to prove that its indictment for one of two former Deutsche Bank traders in a Libor-rigging suit wasn't based on testimony compelled by U.K. authorities, according to a New York federal judge's finding that a lawyer may...

    Deutsche Bank Trader Scores Hearing On DOJ Case Taint

    The government will have to prove that its indictment for one of two former Deutsche Bank traders in a Libor-rigging suit wasn't based on testimony compelled by U.K. authorities, according to a New York federal judge's finding that a lawyer may...

    Subprime Auto Loan Co. Execs Get Jail Time For $11M Fraud

    Two Massachusetts men were sentenced to prison by a federal judge Friday over an $11 million fraud scheme in which they falsely told investors that their subprime auto loan company could accept tax-advantaged retirement account funds. ...read more

    Subprime Auto Loan Co. Execs Get Jail Time For $11M Fraud

    Two Massachusetts men were sentenced to prison by a federal judge Friday over an $11 million fraud scheme in which they falsely told investors that their subprime auto loan company could accept tax-advantaged retirement account funds. ...read more

    Enviros Fight To Maintain Challenge To LA Project Permit

    Two California environmental groups on Thursday pleaded with the Ninth Circuit not to end their litigation against the Army Corps of Engineers over its approval of a water permit for a massive mixed-use development in Los Angeles County, even though the...