The U.S. Supreme Court has always been riven and 5-4 rulings under Chief Justice John G. Roberts on issues including prayers at government meetings and federal recognition of same-sex marriage isn’t a new phenomenon, high- court scholar Laurence Tribe said in an interview.
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.’s best quarterly rally since 2003 prompted analysts at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to abandon their sell rating on the stock earlier this year. Now they’re telling investors to buy insurance against a potential plunge in the shares.
Lauren Paul, who won a national championship as the women’s lacrosse coach at Franklin & Marshall College, was fired by the Lancaster, Pennsylvania, school after an investigation into a hazing complaint.
Leonard M. Leiman, who led the securities-law practice at New York-based Reavis & McGrath when it merged in 1988 with Fulbright & Jaworski in what was then among the largest such marriages in history, has died. He was 82.
John Marshall Law School in Chicago and the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University were among a group of law schools sued over claims they misrepresented employment data, leaving graduates with mounting debt and limited job prospects.
Investors should buy bullish Apple Inc., Coca-Cola Co. and Verizon Communications Inc. options because those companies depend less on economic growth, which is projected to slow this year, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said.
The Supreme Court is much on Mitch McConnell’s mind these days. The Senate minority leader, a Kentucky Republican, just finished reading Jean Edward Smith’s biography of the great Chief Justice John Marshall.