The pro-business track record of the U.S. Supreme Court hasn’t always extended to environmental cases. That’s good news for supporters of President Barack Obama’s proposed cuts in greenhouse-gas emissions.
The debate over President Barack Obama’s health-care law has taken another twist. Now conservatives and libertarians are defending it, while the administration tries to toss part of the legislation out.
It had been two days since U.S. lawmakers negotiated all night to finish rules that would reshape the business of Wall Street. The 20-hour session left legislators, aides, lobbyists and regulators exhausted. Almost no one had a grip on all the details.
President Barack Obama’s repeated postponement of deadlines in the rollout of his health-care overhaul has sparked accusations from Republicans that he’s straying into dangerous territory by rewriting the law.
A U.S. judge handed Chevron Corp. a key victory in the energy company’s long-fought battle against a multibillion-dollar pollution lawsuit in Ecuador, ruling the American lawyer leading the case resorted to bribery and fraud.
The focus of the debate over President Barack Obama ’s health-care overhaul is already turning toward the U.S. Supreme Court , even though it may be years before the justices resolve the law’s constitutionality.