A federal appeals court rejected President Donald Trump’s attempt to revive a lawsuit in which his campaign was seeking to undo Pennsylvania’s certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the state.
Companies whose wastewater pits, oil spills, and other operations accidentally kill more than 1 billion migratory birds a year could avoid fines under regulations the Interior Department is moving to finalize.
The restaurant industry’s years-long push for eased regulations on paying tipped workers for time spent on side work that doesn’t generate gratuities is closer to reality just as the Trump administration is about to exit.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear oral argument Nov. 30 over the scope of an anti-hacking law in a case that has implications for cybersecurity research, and other situations where computer access is in question.
Proposals to raise taxes on wealthy Californians are likely to resurface in 2021 now that voters rejected a property tax increase that would have raised as much as $11.5 billion a year.
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The GSA acknowledged Joe Biden as the apparent winner of the presidential election and President Donald Trump called on his agencies and departments to cooperate. Emily Wilkins reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
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