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A convicted health care fraudster testified Friday for the federal government in its $1 billion fraud trial against Miami businessman Philip Esformes about how he brokered deals in which medical providers paid illegal kickbacks for access to Esformes' extensive network of nursing facilities.
When President Donald Trump declared a national emergency in order to build a wall on the Mexican border Friday he thrust his White House into legal and political fights over the limits of presidential power, experts said, setting up clashes with Congress, advocacy groups and landowners.
The Trump administration beat a border wall lawsuit on Thursday when a federal judge tossed claims that work done by the government near the Rio Grande violated the constitutional rights of a nonprofit that runs a butterfly sanctuary along the river.
A Delaware federal judge has dismissed a $50 million suit alleging LabCorp conspired with a Medicaid service management organization to impede a smaller laboratory services company from offering services in the state market, ruling the lab's antitrust claims lack standing and a relevant market.
FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly praised the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, on Friday for changing out phrases in its web terms of service that he had previously flagged as potentially limiting free speech online.