Amy Coney Barrett brings a resume that could make her the most conservative new justice since Clarence Thomas and a dream addition for Republicans looking to remake the U.S. Supreme Court.
William Perry Pendley has been serving unlawfully atop the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management and can no longer act as the agency’s de facto leader, a federal court ruled Friday.
A federal judge in Washington scheduled a Sunday morning hearing on TikTok’s request to halt President Donald Trump’s ban on the viral video-sharing app, hours before it’s set to go into effect.
Prosecutors behind a sweeping U.S. crackdown on market “spoofing” scored a big win Friday when former Deutsche Bank AG traders Cedric Chanu and James Vorley were convicted of fraud for manipulating gold and silver prices.
Health-care mergers and transactions surged in August, led by activity in the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors.
Companies looking to tap into the $12 trillion market for sustainable and socially responsible investments face myriad challenges—including moving targets and shifting political winds.