Daimler AG will pay more than $2 billion to settle U.S. diesel-emissions matters in the latest fallout from years of closer regulatory scrutiny on vehicle pollution.
A divided Supreme Court declined to block Rhode Island from proceeding with plans to relax a two-witness or notary requirement for absentee ballots in upcoming elections, rejecting a Republican challenge.
The push to allow lawyers to practice without passing the bar exam in Washington, D.C. has gained some heavyweight support.
Virtual doctor’s visits in August were half of what they were during their April peak, a sign the pandemic might not be the turning point for virtual health without sweeping changes.
Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump are putting down opposing wagers on where the economy is headed and who voters will blame if it goes south.
A dozen states are moving more aggressively against corporate tax avoidance schemes, with strategies to recapture billions of dollars into their tax bases lost through intercompany transfers.