Galleon Group hedge-fund founder Raj Rajaratnam is serving 11 years for insider trading.
The ruling clears the way for lawsuits involving claims of false advertising.
A majority of justices backed the government's position on immigration policy.
He has introduced bills that would deny Congress the power to regulate political spending.
The state’s GOP-controlled legislature is accused of racial gerrymandering.
A federal court tossed out the first draft, saying the SEC went too far.
The ruling clarifies the sphere of allowable copyright infringement cases.
The justices declined to hear a challenge to New Jersey's law banning guns outside the home.
Portions of the contentious Dodd-Frank regulations remain intact.
Republicans ratchet up charges that Obama is playing fast and loose with enforcing the law.
Groups say the USDA's activities place jaguars at risk.
Members of the Federal Election Commissioners are lashing back at campaign finance decision.
A top appeals court ruled the social media website cannot be held liable for user content.
A secret memo allows the FBI to obtain phone records without any judicial process.
The payday lending industry says legitimate businesses are being targeted by the operation.
The ruling pushes back against federal charges for local crimes.
Florida used a cutoff score of 70 to determine who was fit for the death penalty.
James Holmes had sought to force a Fox reporter to reveal her sources.
The firm, accused of overcharging sevicemembers for student loans, could lose fed contract.
The tech giant and a competitor had agreed not to hire each other's workers.
Ohio officials are expected to appeal the ruling.
A federal appeals court upheld reguations issued after a trainer was killed in 2010.
Alabama businessman Shaun McCutcheon hailed the ruling as a win for individual rights.
Justice Roberts said limits "intrude without justification" on the First Amendment.