Supreme Court gives whistleblowers a win against pharmacies they accuse of Medicare and Medicaid fraud
The Supreme Court said whistleblowers who claimed SuperValu and Safeway overcharged Medicare and Medicaid can move forward with their case.
Spotify CEO question about aliens prompts Supreme Court callback from Elon Musk: 'What is a woman?'
Twitter CEO Elon Musk responded to a tweet from Spotify CEO Daniel EK asking what one thing would be difficult to explain to aliens, saying, what is a woman.
AI complicates copyright law
The rise of generative artificial intelligence (AI) capable of producing text, images and audio complicates the application of copyright law to outputs and data used to train the AI.
Supreme Court rules for social media giants in cases over third-party content, declines to address Section 230
The Supreme Court on Thursday handed big tech companies Google and Twitter a legal victory, and avoided answering the question on Section 230.
Supreme Court delivers blow to pork producers in dispute over California animal welfare law
The Supreme Court handed California a legal victory Thursday in a dispute over its animal welfare law, a ruling that could have huge national implications.
Supreme Court allows $6 billion in payments to continue in student loan relief case
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has declined to block a $6 billion student loan settlement involving more than 200,000 students who accused their schools of fraudulent activity. But not all borrowers qualify for relief. Here’s what you need to know.
AI chatbots could be impacted by Supreme Court's ruling in Section 230 case
The Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling before the end of its current term in a case related to Section 230 liability protections for tech firms that could impact AI chatbots.
Supreme Court considers Jack Daniel's trademark infringement case
Supreme Court justices listened to arguments Thursday in a dispute between Jack Daniel's and a dog toy company that made a chew toy parodying a whiskey bottle.
J&J to seek US Supreme Court review on unit's bankruptcy
J&J hopes the Supreme Court will overrule a 3rd Circuit decision which declared bankruptcy of it's subsidiary as improper. J&J hoped the bankruptcy would save it from lawsuits.
Biden student loan forgiveness plan may be on borrowed time after Supreme Court arguments
Biden's student loan handout may be on borrowed time after the Supreme Court on Tuesday questioned the administration's effort to extend the relief plan beyond the pandemic.
Americans school Biden on reality of student loan handouts: 'Someone's going to have to pay'
Is the Biden administration's student loan handout plan really just "welfare for the professional class?" Americans young and old debate the legality behind the proposal.
Supreme Court reviews student loan debt handout plan: How it may impact you
The Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in cases challenging President Biden's student loan debt handout, which would effect millions of borrowers and cost taxpayers billions.
19 state AGs warn Costco, Kroger, other retailers against mailing abortion pills to customers
18 attorneys general wrote to Costco, Walmart, Kroger and Albertson to warn that they would be subject to legal action should they agree to sell the abortion pill.
Supreme Court to hear challenge to Consumer Bureau’s funding
The CFPB's creation was a part of the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul intended to safeguard consumer welfare. It's constitutionality has been questioned by Republicans for years.
TikTok ban, Supreme Court student loan hearing and Tesla Investor Day top week ahead
A wild week for investors is ahead as Wall Street tackles new rules, $100s of billions in student debt hang in the balance, and inflation continues to balloon.
Supreme Court hears arguments on whether Twitter Is liable in terror case
Twitter and other social-media companies have deflected blame saying in court filings that they have made extensive efforts to remove Islamic State content.
Justices express skepticism at holding Google liable for content
In Gonzalez v. Google, the Supreme Court reacted skeptically in oral arguments over claims that Google is liable if its algorithms promote violence.
Supreme Court to hear arguments on Google and Twitter’s liability for terrorists’ online postings
The Supreme Court will hear arguments this week in a pair of cases about the legal liability of tech platforms like Google and Twitter for content posted by terrorists.
Walmart, eBay earnings, Fed minutes and Russia’s Ukraine invasion first anniversary top week ahead
The Federal Reserve Open Market's Committee will publish its minutes this week. SCOTUS will hear two major cases that could change the internet forever.
Biden's student debt handout plan overshadows bipartisan employer-aided repayment option
President Joe Biden's student loan debt handout plan has created uncertainty and overshadowed a bipartisan law letting employers help employees repay their student loans.