President Joe Biden suffered his first major setback in filling his cabinet Tuesday as Neera Tanden withdrew from consideration to lead the Office of Management and Budget after facing opposition from senators over her partisanship.
The U.S. Labor Department’s ongoing review of a waiver request that would allow Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to continue managing retirement assets has caused a three-month delay in a federal judge’s sentencing of the banking giant’s subsidiary for bribery.
The U.S. government’s principal workplace safety agency can’t show that its inspection policies and regulations were effective in combating workplace Covid-19 infections, according to a new report from the U.S. Labor Department’s inspector general.
Vernon Jordan, a civil rights pioneer and power broker, played a trailblazing role in opening up the doors of the corporate and legal world, a legacy Black attorneys said they would build on, following his death Monday.
U.S. Supreme Court justices grappled with a case that could further weaken the landmark Voting Rights Act, suggesting they would back two Arizona ballot restrictions while exploring possible middle grounds on the standard that would apply to future lawsuits.
President Joe Biden’s pledge to revive talks among the world’s biggest emitting nations has raised concern among some key U.S. industries that they could be on the losing end of any effort to set sector-specific limits on carbon emissions.
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