Top After-Market NYSE Movers (Accretive Health, Lexmark, Herbalife, Hertz Global, RealD, Forest Oil, Humana, Superior Energy)The top after-market NYSE gainers Monday were Accretive Health, Lexmark International, Herbalife Ltd, Hertz Global Holdings and Freescale Semiconductor Ltd. The top after-market NYSE losers were RealD, Forest Oil Corp, McMoRan Exploration, Superior Energy Services and Humana Inc.
- The Mombasa Republican Council has been granted legitimacy by the country's high court, setting the stage for a political battle that could threaten Kenya's stability.
- The EU is looking into the possibility of making Libor and Euribor rate-rigging -- the deliberate manipulation of interest rates that set the benchmark for over $500 trillion in financial contracts - a criminal offense.
- In its latest effort to scrutinize a wave of new voting laws, the Justice Department is asking Pennsylania for more information about a law requiring voters to present valid photo identification.
- President Obama has been in heavy campaign mode lately, but he stayed away from politics during a Friday morning speech addressing the massacre at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado.
- Relatives of U.S. citizens killed by drone strikes in Yemen have filed a lawsuit against senior members of the Obama administration, the latest legal challenge to the president's aggressive use of armed drones.
- President Barack Obama's reelection campaign has sued Ohio over a law restricting early voting, arguing that the law discourages some Ohioans from being able to cast ballots.
Joe Arpaio, 'Obama Birth Certificate' Is Fake, Arizona Sheriff Says Document Is 'Computer Generated Forgery'Investigators in Arizona are calling out President Barack Obama, saying that the birth certificate released by the White House in April 2011 is definitely fraudulent. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the man who is spearheading the investigation, said in March that he believed there was probable cause that Obama's long-form birth certificate was a product of computer-generated forgery.
- Florida Gov. Rick Scott's administration said it will release a list of 180,000 voters in Florida whose citizenship status is in question.
- A Texas voter identification law currently being argued in court could rob minorities of their right to vote, Attorney General Eric Holder told the National Associated for the Advancement of Colored People on Tuesday.
- U.S. trade officials on Thursday told a Republican lawmaker at the center of a legal fight with the Obama administration he cannot sit in on trade talks next week in San Diego between the United States and other countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
- The Republican chairman of a House panel is accusing President Obama of either obscuring his involvement in the failed Fast and Furious gun-tracking program or improperly invoking executive privilege
- The House will decide Thursday whether to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt for refusing to turn over all documents demanded by lawmakers investigating a botched U.S.-Mexico gun running sting, a highly placed staff member said Monday night.
- Money manager Ezra Merkin has agreed to pay $410 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the New York attorney general that accused Merkin of steering client money to Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff, a person familiar with the settlement said on Sunday.
- The Republican campaign against U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is gaining steam ahead of an expected vote in the House of Representatives on a contempt of Congress count in the coming week.
- From immigration to same-sex marriage to education, U.S. President Barack Obama has been able to advance his agenda without Congress. Here's how.
- Former Penn State Assistant Coach Jerry Sandusky has been found guilty of child sex abuse and will be sentenced in September. His lawyer plans to appeal the verdict.