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The House Ethics Committee has extended its investigation of Illinois Democratic Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.
Urban Outfitters' line of Navajo-branded clothing and accessories has set off a firestorm online and within the Navajo Nation government, with allegations of trademark violations and criticism of the products - particularly underwear and a liquor flask - that many tribal members consider disrespectful.
Officials at failed solar-panel maker Solyndra LLC refused to discuss the company's contracts at a private meeting last month with a bankruptcy analyst for the Justice Department, fueling the push to have a trustee take over the failed company during its bankruptcy, records show.
The June victory for the Department of Justice in USA v. Ishmael Jones, a pen name, has produced several unique legal transgressions, the most important of which is that for the first time since the American Revolution, an American has been accused of violating censorship laws and then denied the right to defend himself in court.
A federal appeals court has issued a temporary ruling that allows police to detain immigrants that are suspected of being in the country illegally.
The chairman and CEO of a California solar energy company that sought bankruptcy protection after receiving a half-billion-dollar loan guarantee from the Obama administration has resigned.
Members of Congress are asking the Justice Department to investigate whether Bank of America and other major banks improperly worked together to charge customers new monthly fees for using their debit cards.
A friend of a former Texas used car dealer accused of plotting to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador in the United States says he never thought of his one-time business partner as politically motivated, much less a key player in a potential terrorist act.
In the run-up to the 2012 elections, the federal government is ordering that 248 counties and other political jurisdictions provide bilingual ballots to Hispanics and other minorities who speak little or no English.