In one of the biggest antitrust cases in a generation, the Justice Department opted for a narrow claim.
A new U.S. government funding bill ushers in two initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Fed is beginning to consider policy responses to climate change.
Voters in Alameda, California reject a ballot measure that would have eliminated single-family zoning citywide.
A federal agency resolves religious discrimination complaints about restrictions on clergy hospital visits.
Bilateral agreements renew debate over private exploitation of outer space resources.
The Supreme Court will decide whether federal courts are required to presume the credibility of noncitizens.
U.S. courts seem to recognize plant-based companies’ constitutional right to use meat and dairy advertising terms.
Experts argue that the United States can do more to reduce the risk of climate change on financial markets.
Critics argue that the Trump Administration rule to protect suburbs will negatively impact fair housing.
The FCC gives political campaigns the long-awaited green light on peer-to-peer text messaging.
Through her opinions, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sought to instill equality and justice in the law.