By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Dozens of Americans have been placed on a "Guantanamo list" barring them from entering Russia, in the latest phase of Moscow's retaliation against a U.S. law that imposes sanctions against Russians suspected of human rights abuses.
The NHL and its locked-out players might turn up in a courtroom before they find their way back onto the ice.
Anticipating a possible antitrust suit, the NHL has brought its labor fight against hockey players to federal court.
The Federal Trade Commission is proposing to fine a unit of Warner Music Group Corp. $1 million for violating a child privacy law in the operation of fan websites for artists including Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato and Rihanna.
A billionaire hedge-fund manager whose largest investment —a Reston startup wireless phone network — filed for bankruptcy last month has been charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission with misappropriation of client assets, market manipulation and betraying clients.
Facebook's initial public offering is the subject of two congressional inquiries and mounting lawsuits as the social network enters its fifth day of public trading.
Facebook's fourth day of trading as a public company brought shareholder lawsuits and an increase in the company's stock price as the fallout continued from the social network's botched initial public offering.
Facebook's fourth day of trading as a public company saw an increase in the company's stock price and shareholder lawsuits related to the social network's botched initial public offering.
Hedge fund billionaire Raj Rajaratnam was found guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court in New York on charges of conspiracy and securities fraud stemming from his involvement in what federal prosecutors called the largest hedge fund insider-trading scheme in history.
In a key victory for television broadcasters, a federal court has ordered a Seattle start-up called ivi Inc. to stop distributing broadcast signals over the Internet without their consent.
Lime Group, whose LimeWire software has allowed people to share songs and other files over the Internet, received a federal injunction Tuesday to disable key parts of its service.
A two-year Justice Department investigation has ended in a settlement with two of the largest U.S. credit card companies and, according to Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., a bonus for consumers who might find a little extra money in their pockets.
They posed as ordinary citizens, living daily, nondescript lives in communities from Arlington, Va., to Yonkers, N.Y. They were married couples with car payments, monthly rents, and telephone and medical bills. They bought computers, gave gifts and ate occasionally in restaurants.
Federal authorities arrested 10 people suspected of carrying out long-term "deep-cover" assignments in the U.S. for Russia that involved integrating into American society as married couples, infiltrating "policy-making circles" in Washington, and recruiting government and business sources.