Curbs on Disparaging Trademarks Thrown Out by U.S. Supreme Court

Curbs on Disparaging Trademarks Thrown Out by U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court said the federal government can’t constitutionally withhold legal protections for trademarks seen as disparaging, throwing out a 70-year-old provision as a free-speech violation.

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Sanders' Heated Exchange Over Media Coverage of Trump

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders speaks at a White House news conference about media coverage of President Donald Trump. (Source: Bloomberg)

McConnell Delays Health Care Bill in Search of GOP Votes

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell postponed a planned vote on his embattled health-care bill until mid-July as he scrambles to secure Republican votes. Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli has the details on "Bloomberg...

May's Pay Policy Mired in Confusion After Contradictory Comments

Theresa May’s austerity policy was mired in confusion after ministers and her own office issued contradictory comments about public-sector pay.

Why Americans for Prosperity Opposes Senate Health Bill

Tim Phillips, Americans for Prosperity president, explains why the organization opposes the health-care legislation currently before the U.S. Senate. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Gura on "Bloomberg Markets." (...

Real Estate Executive Massey Ends Campaign for New York Mayor

Paul Massey, president of New York investment sales for real estate brokerage Cushman & Wakefield Inc., ended his campaign for New York mayor, citing the high costs of seeking office.