U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is holding Afghan nationals seeking protection under a humanitarian provision of federal immigration law to high standards of proof, according to a denial ...
A rebound in oil and gas prices heading out of likely the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic led to a banner year for energy deal-making, with billions of dollars splashed out for both conventional and ...
A Florida federal judge granted class counsel $545,000 in attorney fees as part of his final approval of a settlement in a false advertising suit against Dollar General Corp., coming in below the ...
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer on Friday upheld the First Circuit's decision to allow the National Marine Fisheries Service to enforce a rule limiting lobster fishing off the coast of Maine ...
Bankrupt information technology company Riverbed Technologies Inc. received court approval Friday in Delaware for its Chapter 11 plan that slashes $1.1 billion of debt from its balance sheet just two ...
A group of Spanish olive processors took a broad swipe against the U.S. government's latest effort to justify countervailing duties on the companies' table olives Friday, urging the U.S. Court of ...
A Rhode Island fabric maker has settled a seven-year-long case with a graduate student over allegations that it violated state law by denying the student a paid summer internship because she was a ...
The Third Circuit on Friday said a New Jersey federal judge was right to toss a company's antitrust claims that Zillow gave certain properties a competitive edge by not prominently displaying their ...
Texas should not be allowed to defend border expulsions during oral arguments next month, U.S. Department of Justice attorneys told the D.C. Circuit on Friday, highlighting the state's previous failed ...
The Second Circuit backed a lower court's decision to dismiss an antitrust lawsuit by the city of Long Beach, California, against energy provider Total Gas & Power North America Inc., finding that the ...
The D.C. Circuit probed Friday whether the Federal Communications Commission responsibly approved changes to SpaceX's Starlink broadband satellite constellation, with a three-judge panel homing in on ...
A $44 billion slice of the recently passed $1.2 trillion federal infrastructure package will soon be available to replace lead pipes and ensure clean drinking water nationwide, the U.S. Environmental ...