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The 7-to-2 decision gives workers and retirees recourse for the mishandling of individual retirement accounts.
They're the first to be tried in Guantánamo's war court for direct ties to plot.
The judge cited harsh military detention to justify a lighter term of 17 years in prison.
On Tuesday, a federal judge will announce Al Qaeda recruit's long-awaited prison sentence.
In a 5-to-3 ruling, justices say firms that merely abetted fraud can't be sued.
In sentencing, the judge must find that the convicted Al Qaeda recruit aimed to influence a government. But his trial has scant record of motive.
Five months after terror-conspiracy convictions, prosecutors and the defense still battle over the evidence.
Arguments over Indiana's voter-identification law, the most stringent in the US, will be heard Wednesday.
The Yuri Nosenko affair unveiled US use of extreme isolation to try to 'break' the KGB defector.
On Monday, the court hears arguments on whether Kentucky's lethal injection is too painful.
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