02/07/2014: NYC police unions pursued stop and frisk appeal.
01/31/2014: New York mayor dropped appeal to stop and frisk reform.
11/22/2013: Federal appeals court upheld stop and frisk ruling.
10/31/2013: Federal appeals court blocked NYPD stop and frisk changes.
09/17/2013: Federal judge ...[read more]
03/22/2014: Ukraine PM signed elements of EU trade pact.
03/21/2014: Russia finalized annexation of Crimea.
03/18/2014: Putin signed treaty incorporating Crimea into Russia.
03/17/2014: Crimea Parliament declared independence following refenderum.
03/13/2014: EU Parliament demanded immediate ...[read more]
03/03/2014: Ninth Circuit revived shareholder suit against BP Alaska.
02/13/2014: Ninth Circuit revived shareholder suit against BP Alaska.
01/10/2014: Federal appeals court upheld multibillion dollar settlement for BP oil spill.
10/02/2013: Federal appeals court rejected judge's interpretation ...[read more]
02/10/2014: Better Markets sued DOJ over JP Morgan settlement.
02/04/2014: JP Morgan Chase paid 614 million in mortgage lending settlement.
01/31/2014: New York judge approved Bank of America settlement over mortgage-backed securities.
10/25/2013: US government reached 51 billion settlement ...[read more]
02/05/2014: Michigan governor included Detroit's pension bailout in budget.
01/16/2014: Detroit 165 million dollar bankruptcy settlement rejected.
12/18/2013: Federal judge ruled Detroit bankruptcy deal too generous towards banks.
12/03/2013: Federal court ruled Detroit eligible for ...[read more]
01/27/2014: Supreme Court asked granted contraception mandate exemption.
01/03/2014: US government asked Supreme Court to lift stay on contraception mandate.
12/31/2013: Supreme Court justice blocked contraception mandate in lawsuit.
10/24/2013: Federal appeals court upheld health care law ...[read more]
12/27/2013: South Sudan government agreed to conditional truce.
12/23/2013: US military personnel deployed to assist in South Sudan evacuation.
12/22/2013: UNMISS partially evacuated staff from South Sudan.
04/29/2012: Sudan declared state of emergency on South Sudan border.
10/12/2011: Sudan ...[read more]
The Sudanese Civil War culminated in an agreement to allow the southern part of the country to succeed if the proposition passed a popular referendum. This was a compromise between the Sudan People's Liberation Movement of the south and the National Congress Party of the north to take a step ...[read more]
During the early 20th century, US President Theodore Roosevelt earned the title of "Trust-buster," as his administration vigorously pursued large corporations and assailed their anti-competitive behavior. The foundations of antitrust law developed during his presidency. The Gilded Age produced ...[read more]