Legal & Regulatory

Student Loan Forgiveness Deadline Extended by Biden Administration; Here's What You Should Know!

The Biden administration has extended a vital deadline for student loan borrowers seeking debt relief, pushing the deadline for loan consolidation to June 30.


South Korea's Financial Watchdog Discusses Corporate Reform in New York

South Korea's financial regulator assured investors in New York of the government's dedication to corporate reform...

EU Slaps Microsoft with Warning that it Could Face Billions of Fines Over Missing Generative AI Risk Report

The EU has sought for more information about Microsoft's risk report on its generative AI tools...

Alabama Mercedes-Benz Workers Vote 'No' to Unionization, a Tough Loss for the UAW

Mercedes-Benz workers in Alabama have voted against joining the United Auto Workers (UAW)...


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Tesla’s Autopilot Deemed Dangerously Misleading After Colorado Employee Died in Fiery Crash
A lawsuit has been filed against the carmaker by the widow of a man who tragically lost his life in a car accident involving a Tesla.
Elon Musk's X Fails to Win Lawsuit Against Israeli Data-Scraping Firm
A lawsuit filed by Elon Musk's X against Israel's Bright Data has been dismissed by a federal judge in California.
US Federal Judge Overturns $8 Cap on Late Credit Card Fees
US District Court Fort Worth judge Mark Pittman blocked the new rule imposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau capping credit card late fees at $8.
Why Kim Jong Un Banned Red Lipsticks in North Korea? Here’s the Shocking Truth!
North Korea imposes strict regulations on fashion and appearance, with a particular focus on banning red lipstick.
US Tariffs on Chinese EVs, Green Tech to be Announced Next Week, Reports Say
White House officials said the Biden administration would impose a massive tariff increase on Chinese electric vehicles in an announcement on May 14.
Maryland Signs Anti-Speculative Ticketing Bill to Outlaw Suspicious Fees on Concert Tickets
Maryland's new ticketing bill, signed into law by Governor Wes Moore, aims to tackle deceptive practices in the live music industry, such as hidden fees and speculative ticket listings, by mandating a
US Now Considers Sanctioning Chinese Banks Supporting Russia's Ukraine Invasion—Will This Work?
The U.S. government weighs sanctions targeting Chinese banks. Can this help stop Russia from invading Ukraine?
Singapore PM Lee Admits Falling Victim to Online Scam, While Citizens Lose $2 Million Daily
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong reveals he once was scammed as Singaporeans are affected by online scammers, too, with the government expected to intensify efforts to combat fraudulent activities.
China's Yuan Weakens As Biden Hits Chinese EVs And Batteries With Tariffs
President Biden's administration plans to announce new tariffs on China, focusing on industries like electric vehicles, batteries, and solar cells, continuing the economic competition between the two
Trump Media Investor Found Guilty of Insider-Trading Case Ahead of Merger
A federal jury in New York convicted an investor on Thursday of insider trading in a shell company's shares ahead of its October 2021 merger announcement with Trump Media.
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