Donald Trump is moving toward nominating Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, according to people familiar with the matter, despite the president saying Monday he’s considering as many as five candidates.
Citibank, JPMorgan Chase and other banks won’t have to face a federal lawsuit in New York brought by accounting firms who said they were stiffed out of fees for helping arrange pandemic relief loans to small businesses.
Chuck E. Cheese’s bankrupt parent won court approval to pay $2.3 million to ticket suppliers to shred more than 7 billion paper prize tickets, a proceeding that came with a judge’s stiff warning that they should be properly destroyed.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and U.S. House Democrats released a stopgap government funding bill Monday without support from the White House or Senate Republicans, raising the risk of a federal shutdown at the end of the month.
President Donald Trump said he wants his looming Supreme Court pick confirmed before the Nov. 3 election, escalating pressure on Senate Republicans and Mitch McConnell as the majority leader seeks to protect his most vulnerable members.
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