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Making promises isn't appropriate for any judge,"no matter who's doing the asking," Gorsuch tells senators at his confirmation hearing.
Preet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney in Manhattan who was fired this month by President Donald Trump, will join New York University's law school.
Principal Global Investors CEO Jim McCaughan argues that deregulation - as well as ramping up red tape - still causes disruption to businesses.
Trump will likely have a lot to say amid a packed news week for the White House.
U.S. District Judge Juan Sanchez in Philadelphia said the SEC had "pleaded a plausible claim for insider trading."
"I think the way we deliver it from the House is going to create a lot of momentum for the Senate going forward," Rep. Kevin Brady says.
Like it or not, lawyers will not soon be Silicon Valley's next victim, New York Times reports.
Just as the U.S. looks to take a more protectionist tilt, Brazil is talking up its push toward free trade.
Silicon Valley's approach could be dangerous when it comes to self-driving cars but so could too much regulation, writes Vox's Timothy Lee.
Comey says he and the Justice Department have no information to support Trump's wiretapping claim.
The Trump administration has denied that the president's campaign cooperated with Russia before the election.
Comey also says he does not know when the investigation will be concluded.
The Great Repeal – or Brexit – bill could be accompanied by multiple separate changes to U.K. law, which threatens to pre-occupy lawmakers.
Neil Gorsuch could be the 113th justice of the Supreme Court in less than three weeks. But most Americans still don't know much about him.
Volkmar Denner, CEO of Bosch, says China's attempt to transform its manufacturing-led economy to an innovation-led one will be challenging.
China's minister for clean government has warned businesspeople against colluding with officials for political power, the SCMP reports.
Gorsuch will face Democrats concerned about his conservative credentials and angry about refusal to consider Obama's choice.
How many judges will be reassigned and when they will be sent is still under review, according to the officials.
The Justice Department argued that the president should be able to remove the CFPB director at will.
The government filed a brief notice Friday saying that it would appeal the Maryland ruling to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit.