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White House recess appointments violated the Constitution?

FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the Supreme Court ’s ruling on the White House recess appointments.

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  1. U.S. Supreme Court to review Amex arbitration case

    The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to consider whether American Express Co may invoke an arbitration clause to prevent merchant customers from banding together in an...

  2. 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...

  3. Supreme Court Strikes Down FCC's TV Profanity, Nudity Rules

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled against the federal government's regulation of broadcast profanity and nudity, saying the Federal Communications Commission ...

  4. Caldwell: Severability of Individual Mandate is All Smoke and Mirrors

    Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell argues Congress had its chance to decide on severability of the individual mandate part of the health-care law.

  5. 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...

  6. Physician Supports Health-Care Law

    Physician Dr. Ari Silver-Isenstadt explains why he agrees with the health-care law.

  7. Microsoft Loses Top Court Case on Patent

    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against Microsoft Corp on Thursday, rejecting its appeal of a record $290 million jury verdict for infringing a small Canadian software ...

  8. US Supreme Court Questions Pricing Lawsuit Against Drug Makers

    WASHINGTON -(Dow Jones)- The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared skeptical of a California county's bid to sue large pharmaceutical companies on allegations the...

  9. Supreme Court Won't Review Music Download Antitrust Case

    The Supreme Court on Monday declined to review a ruling that reinstated an antitrust lawsuit alleging major record labels conspired to fix prices and terms under whi...

  10. Patent Protection Hits Highest Court

    Attorney Michael Jakes on why he took patent protection to the Supreme Court .

  11. Power Rankings: Top 5 Colleges

    FBN's Tracy Byrnes breaks down the top five U.S. colleges as listed by Forbes Magazine.

  12. Clunkier Than We Thought?

    Can the government's pending $2 billion capital injection revamp the floundering U.S. auto market? Check out the full hour of FOXBusiness.com LIVE.

  1. Are women more sexist than men?

    Gavin McInnes and Joanne Nosuchinsky try to guess the speaker behind sexist statements.

  2. Hobby Lobby case goes before Supreme Court

    The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty’s Lori Windham on the Hobby Lobby’s case on employer’s religious rights when it comes to health insurance being heard by the Supreme Court .

  3. Justice Sotomayor To Push Times Square Ball Button

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, a native of the Bronx, will lead the crowd at Times Square in a 60-second countdown on Tuesday night and push the Times S...

  4. Supreme Court Rules for American Express

    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that an arbitration agreement prevents merchants from bringing class action claims against American Express Co .The nine-mem...

  5. The Truth About Diversity and Discrimination

    As a young manager in a big company, I volunteered to be the college recruiting liaison for my department. That meant coordinating between hiring managers and recrui...

  6. 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...

  7. Stossel - 11/15/12

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

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