South Carolina agreed to a court order blocking enforcement of state immigration laws including a provision that allowed detention of people suspected of being in the U.S. illegally while their status was reviewed.
Galleon Group LLC co-founder Raj Rajaratnam, at the center of largest crackdown on hedge-fund insider trading in U.S. history, didn’t take the witness stand as jurors heard one last wiretapped recording in his trial.
A group of Republican state attorneys general has declined to sign cooperation agreements with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, part of an escalating Republican revolt against the agency that began in the U.S. Congress.
A federal court put a gridlocked U.S. Congress, already wrestling with shrinking budgets, back in the debate over Yucca Mountain, the multibillion dollar nuclear waste site abandoned by the Obama administration.
A South Carolina judge today deferred a decision on the penalties he will impose on a Johnson & Johnson unit for violating consumer-protection laws in a case in which the attorney general seeks billions of dollars.
The National Labor Relations Board should “withdraw immediately” a complaint against Boeing Co . that alleged the company retaliated against union employees, attorneys general in nine states said in a letter.