Judge Approves Merger Between AT&T And Time WarnerA major media purchase is moving forward following a judge’s decision.
US Sues VW Over Emissions-Cheating Software In Diesel CarsThe Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Volkswagen over emissions-cheating software found in nearly 600,000 vehicles sold in the United States.
FIFA Executive Committee Member Blazer Admitted BribesFormer FIFA executive committee member Chuck Blazer told a U.S. federal judge that he and others on the governing body's ruling panel agreed to receive bribes to vote for South Africa to host the 2010 World Cup
Five Imprisoned For Roles In Florida Cargo Theft RingFive people have been sent to federal prison for their roles in a South Florida-based cargo theft ring that targeted cold medicine and baby formula.
Seau Family Opts Out Of Proposed NFL SettlementThe family of Junior Seau has opted out of a proposed NFL legal settlement with former players over concussion-related injuries.
Feds File Harassment Cases Against Two Florida FirmsThe U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed separate sexual harassment lawsuits against two Florida agriculture companies.
Aereo Suspends Service After Supreme Court Ruling Online-streaming service Aereo Inc. has suspended it's service just three days after a U.S. Supreme Court judge dealt them an unfavorable ruling.
Kashi To Stop Using "All Natural" On Certain ProductsKashi will no longer use "All Natural" or "Nothing Artificial" labels on certain products.
Federal Judge Rules Florida Death Penalty Law UnconstitutionalA South Florida federal judge has ruled that based on the current sentencing statute, Florida’s death penalty is unconstitutional. The decision came in ruling in a 20-year-old murder case from Indian River County on Florida’s Treasure Coast.
Wife of Jackson Memorial Fraud Ringleader Sentenced To House ArrestMaria Victoria Suarez, wife of the Miami-Dade businessman convicted of stealing patient records from Jackson Memorial Hospital to sell has been sentenced to house arrest for 18 months by a judge.