Agency’s move lays the foundation for expanding US regulation of thousands of companies.
Firearms sales have their cycles, but types of buyers – and their motivations – have shifted.
The Constitution bars Congress from reducing a judge’s pay. But Congress has excluded judges from receiving promised inflation adjustments in six of the past 16 years.
On a surprise visit that lasted less than five hours, the US president also met with Iraq's prime minister.
The counting and recounting ends in Minnesota, with Democrat Franken leading Republican Coleman by 312 votes. But Coleman can still appeal the outcome.
The unanimous ruling held that the state's same-sex marriage ban was unconstitutional.
A federal judge applies the same principles as the Supreme Court ordered at Guantánamo, which presents a challenge to the Obama administration.