USA TODAY: The White House has already issued a statement saying the Justice Department would appeal the judge's decision to allow the deportations of millions of undocumented immigrants.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The cybercriminals have been active since at least the end of 2013, a cybersecurity report says.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The government says citizens can use drones -- just with restrictions.
WASHINGTON POST: Between medical and recreational marijuana, pot generated $63 million in tax revenue for the state.
FORTUNE: American Express saw its market value drop more than $5 billion after Costco said it would not remain in a partnership with the credit card company.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Manufacturing of a Chevrolet Bolt look alike will begin in 2017 at a factory near Detroit.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Indecent exposure act killed after bill sponsor said yoga pants should be outlawed.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The president has promised in the past to veto the legislation.
NEW YORK TIMES: The New York Times editorial board published a scathing condemnation of concealed carry laws Wednesday.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The United States alleges the Chinese government is unfairly helping their exporters.
Comedy Central tweeted Tuesday that longtime "The Daily Show" frontman Jon Stewart will be stepping down sometime this year.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The company was found guilty of violating China's anti-monopoly laws.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The Labor Department said job openings rose 3.7 percent in December.