Health Reform Arguments Reflect Supreme Court's Ideological Divide

The future of the nation’s health insurance law appeared Wednesday to rest with Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. and Justice Anthony Kennedy.

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  • DOJ Report Alleges Constitutional Violations by Ferguson Police

    By Zoe Tillman

    During the past five years, African American residents of Ferguson, Missouri, disproportionately were the victims of discriminatory and illegal conduct by police and court officials, the U.S. Department of Justice concluded in a report released on Wednesday.

  • Arnold & Porter's Modest Growth Still Made for Strong Year

    By Katelyn Polantz

    Arnold & Porter posted its second-best business year ever in 2014. Still, growth was modest, whether to profitability or revenue. “In a very competitive market, we had a strong year," firm chairman Thomas Milch said.

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  • FTC Cracks Down on Online Reviews

    By Jenna Greene

    A company that touted its online reviews without mentioning that it gave customers who wrote them a discount settled deceptive advertising charges with the Federal Trade Commission on Friday.

  • For Goodyear, Self-Reporting Yields Lighter FCPA Fine

    By Jenna Greene

    More than two years after Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. self-reported its wrongdoing to securities regulators, the company has agreed to pay $16 million to settle foreign-bribery charges.

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