Oklahoma inmates are challenging the state's practices after a botched 2013 execution.
The Japanese auto parts manufacturer also made headlines last year when it recalled faulty airbags.
The Department of Justice said it's cracking down on financial fraud in the U.S. and abroad.
The rule would have redefined the definition of companionship services, extending overtime pay to...
He allegedly threw a wine bottle at his girlfriend on Friday night.
Prisoners would be allowed to earn good conduct time in alternative adult literacy programs.
Top U.S. watchdogs charged the New York-based cosmetic company for cooking its books.
The Supreme Court of Canada's ruling differs from the earlier U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
AT&T is encouraging a middle-of-the-road approach to regulating the Internet.
An appeals court could blow a hole in ObamaCare's subsidy scheme.
Holder launched a high-profile investigation into leaks roughly two years ago.
Apple is expanding uses for its Touch ID, the iPhone’s fingerprint verification feature.
In a letter to Congress Friday, the groups asked for stricter rules for retailers.
The company has been trying to keep generic forms of its sclerosis drug off the market.
Callers tell residents to fill out online questionnaries and threaten federal fines and jail time.
Supreme Court request came before a district court of appeals rendered its decision.
A California judge ruled a franchisor could not be held responsible for wage violations committee...
The rule would have narrowed the minimum wage and overtime pay exemption for companionship services.
The National Labor Relations Board decision lets employees use work email for union business.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) seized on a letter to criticize the Obama administration.
Immigrant children illegally crossing into U.S. could face a lag time of more than a year.
The expedited action is part of the administration’s response to the border crisis.
A majority of justices backed the government's position on immigration policy.
The Obama administration has taken "likely unconstitutional" steps, he said.