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Amazon workers sue for pay for time spent on security lines

Business attorney Seth Berenzweig on Amazon workers suing the company to be paid for time spent at security checkpoints.

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  1. Stossel - 11/15/12

    Stossel and guests speculate on what President Obama's second term will be like

  2. U.S. Supreme Court Grapples With Copyright Law and the Resale Trade

    Libraries, art museums and used Toyotas were at the center of the U.S. Supreme Court's concerns Monday in a case examining whether consumers and companies violate U....

  3. US Supreme Court Set to Mull Weighty Social Issues

    The U.S. Supreme Court was set to begin a new session Monday to tackle major social issues such as same-sex marriage and affirmative action, as well as a high-profil...

  4. Judge Napolitano on Health-Care and the Supreme Court Ruling

    The Judge explains how the decision on health care will impact American citizens.

  5. Are Conservatives Angry With Chief Justice Over Health-Care Ruling?

    SCOTUSblog founder Tom Goldstein and FNC political analyst Juan Williams on the political reactions to the Supreme Court’s ruling on the health-care law.

  6. Williams: Holder's Contempt an Act of Bitter Politics

    FOXNews political analyst Juan Williams on the Supreme Court's ruling on health care and Eric Holder being held in contempt of Congress.

  7. Supreme Court Upholds ObamaCare

    After months of speculation, the Supreme Court upheld the president's signature health-care reform Thursday. In a 5-4 decision, the country's highest court ruled the...

  8. Taylor: Contempt Vote Just for Show

    Stuart Taylor, journalist and author, weighs in on Attorney General Eric Holder’s contempt hearing and the Supreme Court’s health-care ruling.

  9. Okla. AG: Court's Focus on Limited Principles is Encouraging

    Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt reacts to the Supreme Court case on the health-care law.

  10. Supreme Court Divided on Health-Insurance Mandate

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared closely divided along ideological lines over whether Congress had the power to require most people in the United States to...

  11. Supreme Court Unlikely to Delay Health-Care Case

    The Supreme Court on Monday appeared prepared to decide the fate of President Barack Obama's sweeping healthcare law soon, rather than delaying for years a ruling on...

  12. Virginia Attorney General on Supreme Court Hearing the Health-Care Lawsuit

    Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli on the challenge to the health-care law in the Supreme Court.

  1. Judge Napolitano breaks down the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court case

    Judge Andrew Napolitano breaks down the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby contraceptive case.

  2. Hobby Lobby wins in court

    CBS News’ Anthony Mason on Bobby Womack’s career, the World Cup, the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling and the GM scandal.

  3. SCOTUS upholds prayer at public meetings

    Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the Supreme Court’s ruling on prayer at public meetings.

  4. Big Business vs. Customers: Supreme Court Weighs In

    In a series of rulings this year, the U.S. Supreme Court has steered a consistent course against consumers or small businesses that want to bring class action lawsui...

  5. Supreme Court Rejects Amgen's Challenge to Securities Suit

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to block a securities-fraud lawsuit alleging Amgen Inc. (AMGN) played down safety concerns about two drugs used to treat ...

  6. U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Amgen Challenge to Suit

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to block a securities lawsuit alleging Amgen Inc. (AMGN) played down safety concerns about two drugs used to treat anemia...

  7. U.S. Supreme Court Hears Case on Foreign-Tax Credits

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared split on Wednesday whether utilities that paid a windfall tax in the United Kingdom can claim a foreign-tax credit on their U...

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