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Apple Backs Off Crackdown on Parental-Control Apps

Apple Backs Off Crackdown on Parental-Control Apps

The iPhone maker acted as tech giants faced more scrutiny over what critics argue is anticompetitive behavior.
Apple Backs Off Crackdown on Parental-Control Apps

Apple Backs Off Crackdown on Parental-Control Apps

The iPhone maker acted as tech giants faced more scrutiny over what critics argue is anticompetitive behavior.
DOJ To Nadler: We’ll Reopen Mueller Report Talks If You Undo Barr Contempt Vote

DOJ To Nadler: We’ll Reopen Mueller Report Talks If You Undo Barr Contempt Vote

The Department of Justice is willing to take up House Judiciary Committee’s offer to reopen negotiations around Congress seeing the...
Carnival Cruises to Pay $20 Million in Pollution and Cover-Up Case

Carnival Cruises to Pay $20 Million in Pollution and Cover-Up Case

In 2016, Princess Cruise Lines agreed to pay $40 million for illegal dumping. But that didn’t stop Carnival, its parent company, from polluting again.
Carnival Cruises to Pay $20 Million in Pollution and Cover-Up Case

Carnival Cruises to Pay $20 Million in Pollution and Cover-Up Case

In 2016, Princess Cruise Lines agreed to pay $40 million for illegal dumping. But that didn’t stop Carnival, its parent company, from polluting again.
Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Federal prosecutors accused the company of illegally marketing its powerful fentanyl painkiller and of defrauding government health care programs.
Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Federal prosecutors accused the company of illegally marketing its powerful fentanyl painkiller and of defrauding government health care programs.
Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Federal prosecutors accused the company of illegally marketing its powerful fentanyl painkiller and of defrauding government health care programs.
Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Federal prosecutors accused the company of illegally marketing its powerful fentanyl painkiller and of defrauding government health care programs.
Who Cares About the Supreme Court’s ‘Legitimacy’?

Who Cares About the Supreme Court’s ‘Legitimacy’?

Conservatives seem to assume that only the chief justice is moved by fears that he and his colleagues will end up looking like politicians in robes.
Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

Federal prosecutors accused the company of illegally marketing its powerful fentanyl painkiller and of defrauding government health care programs.
Listen to Trump’s Lawyer Make Appeal After Flynn Agreed to Cooperate With Mueller

Listen to Trump’s Lawyer Make Appeal After Flynn Agreed to Cooperate With Mueller

The voice mail message reveals how the president’s former lawyer John Dowd broached the prospect of a pardon for the former national security adviser.
House Plans Vote to Fight Barr in Court but Back Off Contempt

House Plans Vote to Fight Barr in Court but Back Off Contempt

House Democrats revealed a resolution up for a vote next week to take Attorney General William P. Barr and the former White House counsel Donald F. McGahn II to court.
Listen to Trump’s Lawyer Make Appeal After Flynn Agreed to Cooperate With Mueller

Listen to Trump’s Lawyer Make Appeal After Flynn Agreed to Cooperate With Mueller

The voice mail message reveals how the president’s former lawyer John Dowd broached the prospect of a pardon for the former national security adviser.
Meet John Durham, the U.S. Prosecutor Investigating FBI's 2016 Campaign Spying

Meet John Durham, the U.S. Prosecutor Investigating FBI's 2016 Campaign Spying

John Durham, the U.S. attorney selected by Attorney General William Barr to examine the origins of the FBI's investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign's alleged ties to Russia, has hit the ground
Anger at Big Tech Unites Noodle Pullers and Code Writers. Washington Is All Ears.

Anger at Big Tech Unites Noodle Pullers and Code Writers. Washington Is All Ears.

A wide range of companies are lining up to complain about Silicon Valley’s power as lawmakers and regulators step up their scrutiny of Big Tech.
Justice Dept. Agrees to Turn Over Key Mueller Evidence to House

Justice Dept. Agrees to Turn Over Key Mueller Evidence to House

The scope of the material wasn’t immediately clear, but the House Judiciary Committee chairman said it would include “interview notes, firsthand accounts of misconduct and other critical evidence.”
Anger at Big Tech Unites Noodle Pullers and Code Writers. Washington Is All Ears.

Anger at Big Tech Unites Noodle Pullers and Code Writers. Washington Is All Ears.

A wide range of companies are lining up to complain about Silicon Valley’s power as lawmakers and regulators step up their scrutiny of Big Tech.
Anger at Big Tech Unites Noodle Pullers and Code Writers. Washington Is All Ears.

Anger at Big Tech Unites Noodle Pullers and Code Writers. Washington Is All Ears.

A wide range of companies are lining up to complain about Silicon Valley’s power as lawmakers and regulators step up their scrutiny of Big Tech.
Justice Dept. Agrees to Turn Over Key Mueller Evidence to House

Justice Dept. Agrees to Turn Over Key Mueller Evidence to House

The scope of the material wasn’t immediately clear, but the House Judiciary Committee chairman said it would include “interview notes, firsthand accounts of misconduct and other critical evidence.”