- Medical device manufacturer agrees to $13.5M settlement Updated: Jul-30-15 4:25 pm
BALTIMORE - Federal prosecutors say a medical device manufacturer has agreed to pay the U.S. $13.5 million over allegations of false claims for the company's devices.
- Lawsuit points to hacking by Ethiopia as Obama makes visit Updated: Jul-27-15 3:34 am
WASHINGTON - As President Barack Obama faces pressure to discuss human rights in his first official visit to Ethiopia, a unique lawsuit back home is challenging whether the African country can spy on an American by turning his computer into a giant recording device.
- First-time drunken drivers get no second chance Updated: Jul-26-15 3:08 am
NORWICH, Connecticut - On March 9, 2012 Benjamin DeMond, a Norwich firefighter, died at 33 from an accident caused by a drunken driver.
- Ohio standards board opposes school barricade devices Updated: Jul-24-15 12:45 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio's building standards board took a strong position Friday against the installation of barricade devices on classroom doors in the event of an active shooter, just weeks after a law went into effect allowing the devices.
- Judge OKs $60 million settlement in NCAA video game case Updated: Jul-17-15 7:21 pm
A federal judge approved a $60 million settlement for college athletes in a class-action lawsuit filed against the NCAA and video-game maker Electronics Arts.
- Some Indiana lawmakers unaware of cellphone ban amendment Updated: Jul-16-15 3:37 pm
FORT WAYNE, Indiana - Young people in Indiana weren't the only ones caught off guard by an amendment to a state law that banned the use of cellphones for all drivers under age 21.
- Silicon Valley company starts to take court disputes online Updated: Jul-12-15 2:07 pm
SAN FRANCISCO - Imagine working out a divorce without hiring an attorney or stepping into court or disputing the tax assessment on your home completely online.
- China mulls privacy protection, further curbs on Internet Updated: Jul-08-15 7:31 am
BEIJING - Chinese authorities have proposed a sweeping but vaguely worded Internet security law that would strengthen protection of private information, ban hacking activities and also allow authorities to restrict Internet access to maintain public order.
- Gov. Ige puts an end to noncompete clauses Updated: Jul-06-15 2:25 pm
HONOLULU - Gov. David Ige has signed a bill into law that is meant to encourage growth within Hawaii's technology sector and help bring in more high-tech workers.