Federal bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes said on Tuesday that Detroit can possibly cut pensions for city workers as part of its bankruptcy proceedings, despite a Michigan constitutional provision that prevents such actions.
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The price you pay for items bought on the Internet could be heading up, after the U.S. Supreme Court decided on Monday to stay out of a fight over adding Internet sales taxes to consumer purchases.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will give the 11th Annual Templeton Lecture for Economic Liberty and the Constitution live at 6:30 p.m. tonight. You can watch the live event here. (The program at the National Constitution Center is sold out.)
This weekend, HealthCare.gov faces its own virtual cliff, as the Obama administration hits a self-imposed deadline to fix most major problems with the troubled website. But will it be enough?
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will debate, behind closed doors, if Americans should be forced to pay a sales tax on almost items they buy on the Internet.