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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Federal Trade Commission
U.S. regulators said Thursday that ADT Corp. has settled charges that it deceived consumers by paying people to recommend its home security products on media outlets without disclosing their connection to the company.
A Boise-area hospital and Idaho's largest independent physicians' practice are seeking to reverse a federal judge's ruling that their joining forces violated federal antitrust laws.
The Supreme Court will examine the North Carolina dental regulatory board's claim that only dentists should be allowed to whiten teeth.
Facial hair and teeth-whitening will be getting unusually prominent attention from the Supreme Court.
Several U.S. senators on Wednesday introduced a bill that would curb electronic cigarette marketing while the fast-growing industry awaits regulation by the Food and Drug Administration.
Sen. Charles Schumer is calling on federal regulators to set guidelines to protect consumers as car companies collect personal information through "smart car" technology and sell it to third parties.
The Kansas Senate has approved a bill adding cellphone numbers to the state's no-call law for telephone solicitors.
Kansas would expand its no-call law for telephone solicitors to include cellphones under a bill that won first-round approval Wednesday in the state Senate.
Complaints about nuisance sales calls have risen sharply across New York and the nation because of robocalling, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer said Wednesday.
Target’s massive data breach that exposed 40 million debit and credit card accounts during last year’s busy holiday shopping season went on longer than the company suspected, John Mulligan, the company’s chief financial officer, told a Senate panel Tuesday.
A plan to add St. Joseph Medical Center in south Kansas City and St. Mary's Medical Center in Blue Springs to the HCA Midwest Health System has been called off.
The federal government launched on Thursday a new online complaint system for student veterans and military service members who believe that they were misled by colleges or denied services necessary for their education.
Recently released documents in an antitrust lawsuit against a Boise medical center show the company's planned merger could have raised some health care costs as much as 60 percent.
A cold snap is stretching supplies of propane gas and causing transportation bottlenecks across a broad section of the United States, officials said Friday, sending everyone from rural educators to chicken farmers in search of enough fuel to keep warm.
A federal judge says a Boise-area hospital violated federal antitrust laws when it purchased Idaho's largest independent physicians' practice.