Weekly Roundup: EU Court Orders Disclosure on U.S. Terror Tracking Program, Marijuana Dispenser Sues IRS Over Penalty, and More

Despite public dismissals of threatened U.S. sanctions, Russian officials believe that further economic restrictions could have a significant negative impact on the country's GDP, The Wall Street Journal reported. Geopolitical tensions pose the greatest risk of destabilization to Russia's economy, they said in an internal document. More The European Union's top court has ordered EU ministers to share more information on the economic bloc's agreement to hand over financial data to American counterterrorism investigators, PC World reported. In 2009, European Parliament member Sophie in't Veld requested more information on the agreement, under which Europol assesses U.S. subpoenas for transactions possibly...