An Iranian bank is ordered to pay up for deadly attacks overseas that killed Americans.
FOX's Jared Halpern details a Supreme Court ruling from Capitol Hill:
Relatives of the 241 U.S. marines who died in a 1983 terror attack in Beirut and other attacks linked to Iran, can collect $2 billion dollars, a 6-2 Supreme Court ruling upholds lower court judgments.
Congress passed a law in 2012 directing U.S. held assets from Iran's Bank Markazi be turned over to the families.
The bank argues that law violated separation of powers, accusing the legislative branch of meddling with judicial decisions. That was an argument Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg called flawed, describing the provision as a valid exercise of Congress' legislative power.
On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, FOX News.