The subpoena is seeking info on the site’s process of screening for sex trafficking ads.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to reinstate the 2013 in a 4-4 split decision.
The next administration's Justice Department will take over the case.
A Virginia school board is making the request.
The National Association of Fixed Annuities says the feds exceeded their authority.
The law requires potential contractors to report past labor law violations.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the use of mandatory detention.
The group says a Wyoming judge was wrong to strike down the Interior Department's rule.
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Reid said Democrats were mulling a procedural tactic on the Supreme Court nominee.
Voting rights advocates are taking a new approach in court.
The Chamber is suing Treasury and the IRS over rules to limit offshore tax deals.
The Supreme Court could decide what bathrooms transgender students can use in schools.
The ruling is a setback for American families who have been in court for years.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals argues the FTC Act grants an exception.
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Nature Valley brand granola bars, the groups say, are far from completely natural.
The lawsuit says a program denies disabled students the ability to interact with others.
The ruling is a win for the 13 states suing to prevent the rules from taking effect.
The case centers on a logistics company that tried to keep employees from unionizing.
Six groups are defending federal curbs or methane pollution at drilling sites.
Strickland apologized for his remarks Wednesday.
They are expressing confidence that Merrick Garland will get a vote after the election.
The rules are "an arbitrary and capricious abuse of discretion," the groups said.